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Dr Kate Ren - Evidence synthesis with limited studies: using external information to help estimating the between-study heterogeneity

Abstract In evidence synthesis using meta-analysis or network meta-analysis, researchers commonly encounter between-study heterogeneity, which may arise from the differences in the conduct of the…

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Using JSTOR

Last reviewed: June 2023 Review due: summer 2024 JSTOR is an academic database containing resources from many disciplines, including extensive coverage of arts and humanities and social sciences…

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The Challenges of Researching: Secrecy, Silence, and Ignorance (27/05/2021) WRDTP: SCJ

For students planning their research or reflecting on fieldwork/research already undertaken, this session provided an opportunity to both reflect upon the relations between “open” and…

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C-PDO #8 - What to look for when you're marking a review

Hosted by Mark Clowes and Claire Beecroft While ScHARR has always led the way with evidence synthesis, the last two years have seen more students than ever before choosing to conduct review-based…

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Using AM Explorer

Last reviewed: July 2022 Review due: Summer 2023AM Explorer is the Adam Matthew platform providing access to resources for research in humanities and the social sciences. AM Explorer…

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Using Nexis

Last reviewed: May 2023 Review due: summer 2024 Nexis is a database that provides news content from a range of sources. Use Nexis to find news content from UK national and regional newspapers,…

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Using Naxos Music Library

Last reviewed: June 2023 Review due: Summer 2024 Naxos Music Library is the world’s largest online classical music library. Use NML to find and stream tracks from thousands of albums,…

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Using RILM Abstracts of Music Literature via EBSCO

Last reviewed: July 2023 Review due: Summer 2024RILM Abstracts of Music Literature is a comprehensive database of publications covering all areas of music scholarship. Use RILM Abstracts to…

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Using ProQuest One Literature

Last reviewed: June 2023 Review due: Summer 2024 ProQuest One Literature is a comprehensive literature database that provides access to full text journals, historic criticism, doctoral…

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Searching for articles

Getting started searching activity - searching for articles.

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Searching for books/ebooks

Getting Started searching activity - searching for books/ebooks.

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Why reference?

Last reviewed: August 2023 Review due: Summer 2024 Referencing means acknowledging the work of others when developing your own perspective and it is an important part of any work you create,…

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MLTC Introduction

A brief explanation of what the MLTC offers to potential students.

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Using British Standards Online (BSOL)

Last reviewed: June 2023 Review due: Summer 2024 British Standards Online (BSOL) is a platform for finding and accessing full text British standards. You can also use BSOL to discover…

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Using Gale Primary Sources

Last reviewed: June 2023 Review due: summer 2024 Gale Primary Sources is an Arts and Humanities database that searches across a range of primary sources. Use Gale Primary Sources to discover…

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Introduction to IRIS - Information Resources - Information Study Skills

Introduction to IRIS by by the IRIS Coordinator, Andy Tattersall

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