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Full free access to Law Trove until end of July 2020

by Lee Snook on 2020-03-24T17:08:00+00:00 in Criminology, Law | Comments

The Library is working with publishing partners to open up access to digital content during the Coronavirus outbreak - and you can find all the updates on resources here.

We have great news for all Law staff and students.  OUP have been looking to help universities with access to resources and have kindly opened up full access for the University to Exeter to the entire Law Trove collection - thank you OUP!   Access now extended to end of July 2020.

Click to Access Law Trove

You should be prompted for your usual username and password.  If, not use the Sign in via your institution option on the left hand side of the homepage and follow the instructions.

Law Trove contains the content of about 200 law textbooks across core and optional law modules. Its powerful search facility means you can delve deeper into your title, navigate more easily, and connect with additional resources in the online library collections.Through this service you have full text access to key OUP textbooks which will support your core and optional law mo

Here is an illustration of the various subject collections available.

 

Do log in and make the best of these great resources over the coming weeks.

If you need help logging in to resources use our Electronic Resources LibGuide which has hints and tips for common login and remote access problems.  Or get in touch via email library@exeter.ac.uk or chat service.

We are really pleased to be able to bring this resource to you. Please let your law librarian Lee know if you have any feedback on it.  We'd love to know how it helped your teaching or studies.

For more online law library support, take a look at the Law Subject LibGuide.

Law Trove Support Documents

 

 

 


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