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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For frequently asked questions in the areas of advanced searching and systematic reviews see our Library support pages.
Our specialist library support publication also provides expert help, guidance and training across a range of specialist areas.The advanced searching section includes several elements to assist you with advanced searching and systematic reviews.
The University Library's systematic review service is aims to support medical and human sciences postgraduate students who need to conduct a systematic review as part of their studies. We can offer feedback and guidance at different stages of your research on:
If you have any queries about this service please email:
If you are unsure of the range of resources that are available for your subject, have a look at the subject guide for your school, and also explore the guides for related disciplines. These contain details of the main resources commonly used by those subjects; the database sections give a summary of the research areas those databases cover. You may come across other resources you may not have previously thought of!
When contacting us include as much detail as possible about your searches and preparatory work for the review so that we are better prepared and more able to help you.