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Box of Broadcast (BoB)

Stream TV and radio from an archive of over 1 million programmes going back 10 years. Record new programmes and create playlists to share.

Elsevier Clinical Skills Homepage.

Elsevier Clinical Skills

A step by step video demonstration on clinical skills.

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Register to use Elsevier Clinical Skills via the online form.

The Library Guides homepage has links for each school, guides for teaching and research, library services, help with..., library news, and Contact your Librarian.

Library Guides

Our Library Guides bring together the essential resources in your subject area and connect you quickly and easily to information about Library Services.

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Library Essentials

Our guide specially designed to help you get started using the library, finding resources and getting help.

The Cite Them Right homepage, the top navigation links to types of material. There are links to 'show me how to reference' search box, popular pages, and My pages.

Cite them right online

Cite Them Right Online is a comprehensive online guide to referencing. It will help you to reference books, journals, articles, websites and other materials for your studies or research and understand how to avoid plagiarism. It includes guidance and examples for a number of different referencing styles, especially Harvard.

The Anatomy.TV homepage showing the 3D Atlas module and a selection of models of the human body.

Anatomy TV

A comprehensive selection of dynamic, interactive modules featuring 3-D anatomy models of human body. Modules focus on individual organs, region of the body or anatomical systems. It features video clips, narrated animations, illustrations and self-guided exercises