Welcome from the SAgE Library Team
Need specific subject help?
The SAgE Library Team provide support for students and staff from the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering. Julia Robinson is the Liaison Librarian for the Schools of Natural & Environmental Sciences and Mathematics, Statistics & Physics. Lorna Smith is the Liaison Librarian for the Schools of Computing and Engineering. The rest of the team work for the whole SAgE Faculty: Catherine Dale is Assistant Liaison Librarian and Yvonne Davison, Susan Millican and Christina Taylor are Liaison Assistants.
So what can we help you with? We can:
- Direct you to quality information
- Help with study and research skills
- Advise on how to evaluate information sources
- Help you to navigate databases
… and much more!
We’re here to help you get the best from the Library’s services and resources so feel free to contact us at any time. Come and find us on level 4 of the Philip Robinson Library, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, book a one-to-one appointment, or follow us on Twitter @ncllibsage.
For more information, check out the Subject Guides.
We look forward to meeting you!
Calling all Stage 4 Pharmacy students
Are you doing your Literature Review or Systematic Review as part of your Stage 4 studies, then the Pharmacy Library Guide can help you.
The Journal and Database section of the guide will give you direct links to all the relevant databases for searching the literature including:
- Web of Science
- and more
In the Database Video Tutorial section on the right hand side of the page you will find two short video explaining how to use Medline and Embase.
If you are having trouble getting started then our Academic Skills Resources: Dissertations and Resource Projects tool is here to give you a few pointers.
You can also access the Help options from the Subject Help and News tab in the Pharmacy Guide.
Other Resources to help you:
The Endnote Guide can assist you with managing your references.
The Referencing Guide will show you how to reference your articles correctly should you need it.
You will find a lot of help and support available in the library, whether you have a question about how to find books on the shelves, access your reading list or where you can work with your course mates. Staff at the information points and roving on the floors are always available to help you.
But you also have a dedicated Liaison team for your subject, who can help you with more subject specific enquiries. You’ve probably already met one of the team in a Library Welcome lecture or workshop as part of your induction timetable and you can find out more about your Liaison team on your library Subject Guide.
You will find the Liaison team on levels 3 and 4 of the Philip Robinson library, as well as in the Walton library.
The Liaison team are here to help with a range of activities, including:-
Want to know more? then come and knock on our door
So don’t be shy, come and say hi!
Whether you’re a fresher or a final year student we want to help you get the most from your Library. From discovering resources to finding the right study space, to where to go to get help with your coursework. We’ve made a short video so if you’ve only a few minutes to spare it’s all you need to get started…..