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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 modules.

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 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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It’s World Poetry Day!


When planning for this day, we had no idea how circumstances would change and we’d find ourselves so remote from our library building and lovely library users.

But rest assured that we are still here to support you.  Get in touch by email or chat and keep an eye on our Library FAQ guide which we'll be keeping up to date with news and developments whilst we are all studying and working remotely because of the Coronavirus outbreak.

As for World Poetry Day?  We have loads of great poetry collections and commentary that you an access online.

We’ve created a poetry libguide so that we can showcase all the resources for you.  So dip in and take a look at what's available. 


Amongst other resources it will introduce you to our very latest poetry collections from our Adam Matthew research collection, including:



Discover the working methods of Romantic poets and trace the evolution of celebrated verse. Presenting the manuscript collections of the Wordsworth Trust, providing access to the working notebooks, verse manuscripts and correspondence of William Wordsworth and his fellow writers.

Find out more about this resource via: Adam Matthew Research Collection: Romanticism: Life literature and landscape



The Berg Collection is recognised as one of the finest literary research collections in the world, Covering a broad range of authors from across the nineteenth century.

Find out more about this resource via: Adam Matthew Research Collection: Literary Manuscripts Berg 



This resource offers literary scholars the opportunity to examine manuscripts of 17th and 18th century verse held in the celebrated Brotherton Collection at the University of Leeds.

Find out more about this resource via: Adam Matthew Research Collection: Literary Manuscripts Leeds


And if you feel creative, why not write your own piece of poetry – it has to be better than our effort!


Take care, and do get in touch if you need any library support.  We are here to help.

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The Guardian newspaper has put together a comfort films list for those hunkered down at home, self isolating because of the coronavirus situation .

Read the Guardian article here - Pete Bradshaw - Comfort films to watch while self-isolating – ranked! Guardian 12th March 2020

Our wonderful librarian, Amelia at UoE Library, has taken a look at this great list and turned it into a Box of Broadcasts playlist for you which you can access on or off campus.  You can access nearly everything on the list via BoB or via our DVD collection.

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The Library's priority is to keep all its library users and library staff safe and well supported.

Library buildings are now closed, but the Library is open online: library staff are working remotely to support you.   You can contact us via email or chat (see below).

You can keep up to date with updates on library services and resources via the Library's Coronavirus FAQ LibGuide.

You will also find comprehensive advice and support from the University available on the webpages via the central University's Coronavirus support site.

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Throughout March we are marking #AsianHeritageMonth with @ExeterGuild

We've complied an Asian Heritage LibGuide to flag all the great resources available in this area. 

Click on the LibGuide image below to explore all the resources.  As well as print and ebooks in the library, you'll discover a wide range of databases including newspaper archives, official publications, literature collections and lots more.

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We recently added a selection of award winning books to the Wellbeing & Leisure Collection.

These award winning books have been selected from across numerous literary awards both National and International, covering Fiction, Non-Fiction, Science, History, Poetry and other subjects.

Find out more about these books from our Award Winning Book webpage.

Click here to discover all the books in the Book Awards Collection




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The American Psychological Association (APA), is changing their database naming convention.
The new names of the APA database products are as follows: 
APA PsycArticles®
APA PsycBooks®
APA PsycExtra®
APA PsycInfo®
We've reflected this change in our University A-Z Database List, ready for the changeover - just  just look under APA.
Or you can browse the Psychology Databases to see these databases, plus all the other psychology databases available to you.
You'll find support on using these databases from your Psychology Subject LibGuide.
The content of APA databases will not be impacted by these changes.
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