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London Metropolitan University

Fine Art, Fashion Photography, Photography, Public Art and Performance

Referencing Top-Up Workshop 16 May 2024 1-1.30pm

Polish up your referencing skills using LondonMet Harvard! Book here

I can help you with

  • Research for assignments, dissertations and projects
  • Effective use of Library subject collections, databases and other resources
  • Referencing and plagiarism
  • Basic study skills
  • And any other information needs you may have related to your studies

LibKey

Get fast access to scholarly articles

LibKey Nomad is a great tool which helps you to easily find scholarly journal articles.  When you are searching on the web, Nomad lets you know if any of the content is available from our library subscriptions or open access alternatives. 

All you need to do is add an extension to your web browser. 

Go to libkeynomad.com, select your browser at the bottom of the page and follow the instructions to add the extension. When prompted, select London Metropolitan University as your organisation. 

When searching the web look out for the Nomad button to link you to the article.

The Nomad Button- it has a green flame and says Download PDF 

Recommended Databases

Cite Them Right

Cite Them Right banner. A student's must-have online referencing tool.

Cite Them Right is an online platform that can help you with your referencing.  It provides clear guidance on how to reference with lots of examples.  It covers a range of different referencing styles and you can test your knowledge with their tutorial. 

 Better referencing, better assignments, better grades.


To access: go to Cite Them Right > click Log in > click Log in via your institution > search for and select London Metropolitan University > sign in with your usual university email and password.

Choose your referencing style to get started or take a look at their videos and tutorial.

New Books

Academic Mentors

 

The AAD Academic Mentors help students in academic skills relevant to their course, which includes understanding assessment briefs, finding the right resources and developing academic confidence.

Get in touch for 1-2-1 tutorials online and in person.

aadacademicsupport@londonmet.ac.uk

Online reading lists

The best place to find your reading list is on Weblearn.

Each of your modules will have a Blackboard site. Look for the "Reading List" link in the left hand menu to link to your online reading list.

Or do search for a reading list by module code or title using the quick search box below:


Reading List

Search for lists, modules & courses