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What's in this guide? ...

Welcome to all ECS Students and Staff in

Electrical Engineering! Electronics! ITO! Computer Science!


This is the starting point to finding your way round the maze of information available to you in this very large and diverse subject area. 

All the resources we have in the library provide a gateway to information which can enhance your work and may help improve your grades!


Use this guide to ...

  1. find out about all the useful resources that are available to you to support your studies
  2. keep up to date with what is going on in the library and in the wider world
  3. direct you to useful, academic websites

Look out for ..... help and guidance on using the resources effectively. Details of training sessions and support services are available if you need them and

Don't forget to contact me, Fiona Nichols, for further help and advice if you cannot find the answers here.



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Other useful links: Classic Catalogues (WebCat & TDNet), Archives and Other Library Catalogues

Key Databases - Google and beyond!

Don't just rely on what your tutors recommend - search independently for academic, quality information! 

Improve your marks by keeping upto date and using research from journal articles, reports and conferences. For quick and easy access to actual articles use the Databases listed below. 

Links to other useful databases can be found on the Finding Useful Articles tab in this guide.

  • ACM Digital Library  Icon
    Full text access to the Association of Computing Machineries journals and conferences - this includes all current content and in many cases a full backfile (to the 1950s in some cases)
  • IEEE Xplore  Icon  Icon
    Full text access to all IET and IEEE journals and conferences since 1988 and all current IEEE standards
  • Lecture Notes In Computer Science (LNCS)
    Reports new developments in computer science and information technology research and teaching. Full text available from 1975 - present day. LNCS also includes the sub-series LNAI (in Artificial Intelligence) and LNBI (in Bio-informatics).

Your Academic Liaison Librarian is ..

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Fiona Nichols
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Please note my working hours are:
Monday 9.15 - 16:45
Wednesday 9.15 - 15:00
Thursday 9.15 - 15:00
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