Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Other Dewey

I know…. librarians are supposed to get excited about Melvil Dewey, the American educator and inventor of the Dewey Decimal system of library classification.¬† No disrepect to Melvil, but I am more intrigued these days with the other Dewey …. … Continue reading

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Molesworth or Nicolas: schoolboy humour English or French style

There are two books in the Education in Literature Collection which are over sixty¬†years old but still provide amusement. Both were originally written for a young audience but they can still be appreciated by adults. They are examples of books … Continue reading

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Stuck on researching methods? Try ‘Sage Research Methods Online’

Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO) is an online resource that provides information and instruction on research methods in the health and social sciences. It is accessible by from the list of databases and by authenticating with your UCL username and … Continue reading

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