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Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies: Resources

Resources

Welcome to the resources pages for Middle Eastern Studies. You will find information on books, databases, journal articles and websites to help you with your studies. 

  • Books: access to searching and finding books and ebooks
  • Databases: these databases have been especially chosen for this subject area.
  • Journal articles: access to the Library’s extensive ejournals collection.
  • Subject websites: links to useful websites.
  • Special-collections: Advice on how you can use the Library's Special Collections in your studies.

My Learning Essentials

My Learning Essentials is the Library’s programme of skills support, including both online resources and face-to-face workshops to help you in your personal and professional development. Workshops offer a relaxed group environment where you can try out new strategies while learning from and with peers. The online resources cover everything from referencing, to managing your procrastination, to writing a CV and you can access them through the Library website from wherever you are, whenever you need to!

Specialist Library Support

The Library provides expert support to students, staff and researchers in the specialist areas of business data, copyright, maths and statistics, referencing support, advanced searching and systematic reviews. This includes:

If you’ve tried our online resources and workshops and need more help, you can get expert help via our online help pages, attending a drop-in session, giving us a call or arranging a consultation.

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