Books added to the Library by students in GPS (Semester Two 2020/21)

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Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester Two, academic year 2020/2021 we received 104 requests from students (53 PGR, 23 PGT and 28 UGT) in the GPS. This is what we bought :

TitleResource type
A Companion to the Ancient Near EastBook – Electronic
Aesthetic Nervousness: Disability and the Crisis of RepresentationBook – Electronic
After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and BeyondBook – Physical
America & the World The Double BindBook – Electronic
America in Afghanistan: Foreign Policy and Decision Making From Bush to Obama to TrumpBook – Electronic
Atlas of the Aegean flora / 2 volume setBook – Physical
Beyond Spaceship Earth: Environmental ethics and the solar systemBook – Physical
Bodies for sale : ethics and exploitation in the human body tradeBook – Electronic
British Football and Social ExclusionBook – Electronic
Challenging Immigration Detention: Academics, Activists and Policy-MakersBook – Electronic
China Watching Perspectives from Europe, Japan and the United StatesBook – Electronic
China’s citizenship challenge Labour NGOs and the struggle for migrant workers’ rightsBook – Electronic
Class and Its OthersBook – Electronic
Clearly Invisible: Racial Passing and the Color of Cultural IdentityBook – Electronic
Contentious Cities Design and the Gendered Production of SpaceBook – Electronic
Convincing Ground: Learning to Fall in Love with your CountryBook – Electronic
Cuba and Africa, 1959-1994Book – Electronic
Cultural region : North East England 1945-2000Book – Physical
Culture and the senses: Bodily ways of knowing in an African communityBook – Electronic
Democracy in the fifty statesBook – Physical
Developmental Politics in Transition: The Neoliberal Era and BeyondBook – Electronic
Discursive Illusions in Public Discourse: Theory and PracticeBook – Electronic
Drone Warfare: War and Conflict in the Modern WorldBook – Electronic
Economic Geography: A Critical IntroductionBook – Electronic
Embodied Practices Feminist Perspectives on the BodyBook – Physical
Energy and Society: A Critical PerspectiveBook – Electronic
Ethical Research with Children Untold Narratives and TaboosBook – Electronic
Ethnographies of Home and Mobility: Shifting RoofsBook – Electronic
EU Development Policy in a Changing World: Challenges for the 21st CenturyBook – Electronic
Family Practices in MigrationBook – Electronic
Feminist perspective on the bodyBook – Electronic
Football in neo-liberal times. A Marxist perspective on the European football industryBook – Electronic
From Wealth to Power: The Unusual Origins of America\’s World RoleBook – Electronic
Gaming Globally Production, Play, and PlaceBook – Electronic
Geopolitics, Geography and Strategic HistoryBook – Electronic
Global Capital, Local Culture: Transnational Media Corporations in ChinaBook – Physical
Global Health GovernanceBook – Electronic
Great Power Politics in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Geoeconomics of Technological SovereigntyBook – Electronic
Handbook on Austerity, Populism and the Welfare StateBook – Physical
Handbook on the geographies of regions and territoriesBook – Electronic
Handbook on Think Tanks in Public PolicyBook – Electronic
Human Rights Approaches to Environmental ProtectionBook – Physical
Imagining the Peoples of Europe Populist discourses across the political spectrumBook – Electronic
Inter/nationalismBook – Electronic
Issue Salience in International PoliticsBook – Electronic
Killing AnimalsBook – Physical
Korea’s Online Gaming EmpireBook – Electronic
Lived experiences of ableism in academia: strategies for inclusion in higher educationBook – Electronic
Made in Hong Kong Studies in Popular MusicBook – Electronic
Making the Cut: How Cosmetic Surgery is Transforming Our LivesBook – Electronic
Mapping Exile and Return: Palestinian Dispossession and a Political Theology for a Shared FutureBook – Electronic
Maritime Asia vs. Continental Asia: National Strategies in a Region of ChangeBook – Electronic
Migration and the Search for Home Mapping Domestic Space in Migrants’ Everyday LivesBook – Electronic
Military Strategy as Public Discourse: America’s War in AfghanistanBook – Electronic
Moving the Goalposts : Football’s ExploitationBook – Physical
Museveni’s Uganda: Paradoxes of Power in a Hybrid RegimeBook – Electronic
Nature in Literary and Cultural Studies: Transatlantic Conversations on EcocriticismBook – Electronic
Near Abroad: Putin, the West and the Contest over Ukraine and the CaucasusBook – Electronic
New Directions in the Study of China’s Foreign PolicyBook – Physical
Nitrates in GroundwaterBook – Electronic
Nitrates in GroundwaterBook – Electronic
Ordinary ConsumptionBook – Electronic
Outdoor Learning, Past and PresentBook – Electronic
Politics and the Media in BritainBook – Electronic
Politics: Critical Essays in Human GeographyBook – Electronic
Racism and English Football: For Club and CountryBook – Electronic
Rain without thunderBook – Electronic
Realism and social scienceBook – Electronic
Remote Sensing of the CryosphereBook – Electronic
Researching Amongst Elites: Challenges and Opportunities in Studying UpBook – Electronic
Responsibility Beyond Growth A Case for Responsible StagnationBook – Electronic
Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International RelationsBook – Electronic
Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and RaceBook – Electronic
Seeking Palestine: New Palestinian Writing on Exile and HomeBook – Electronic
Snow and Ice-Related Hazards, Risks, and Disasters / 2ndBook – Electronic
Sociology beyond societies : mobilities for the twenty-first centuryBook – Electronic
Stakes and Kidneys: Why Markets in Human Body Parts are Morally ImperativeBook – Electronic
Structure and Agency in the Neoliberal UniversityBook – Electronic
The Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation?Book – Electronic
The Bowhead Whale Balaena mysticetu: Biology and Human InteractionsBook – Electronic
The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic will Change CapitalismBook – Electronic
The End of Stigma: Changes in the Social Experience of Long-Term IllnessBook – Electronic
The first Department : a history of the Department of AgricultureBook – Physical
The Handbook of Diverse EconomiesBook – Electronic
The Hundred Years’ War on PalestineBook – Electronic
The Middle Voice of Ecological Conscience A Chiasmic Reading of Responsibility in the Neighborhood of Levinas, Heidegger and OthersBook – Physical
The New Silk Road: China Meets Europe in the Baltic Sea Region: A Business PerspectiveBook – Electronic
The Palgrave Handbook of Society, Culture and Outer SpaceBook – Physical
The Power of Ideas: The Rising Influence of Thinkers and Think Tanks in ChinaBook – Electronic
The Provocation of Levinas: Rethinking the OtherBook – Electronic
The Rise of Think Tanks in ChinaBook – Electronic
The rural housing question: Community and planning in Britain’s countrysidesBook – Electronic
The SAGE Handbook of Transport StudiesBook – Electronic
The SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods /2ndBook – Physical
The Trump, Bush, and Obama Doctrines: A Comparative AnalysisBook – Electronic
The World Food Programme in Global PoliticsBook – Electronic
Theorizing Native StudiesBook – Electronic
Theorizing Native StudiesBook – Electronic
Thucydides on Choice and Decision Making Why War Is Not InevitableBook – Electronic
Transforming Industrial Policy for the Digital Age: Production, Territories and Structural ChangeBook – Electronic
Why the garden club couldn’t save Youngstown: the transformation of the Rust BeltBook – Electronic
Women Political Leaders and the MediaBook – Electronic
Women, Gender, and PoliticsBook – Electronic
Young Dark Emu: A Truer HistoryBook – Electronic

Books added to the Library by students in ECLS (Semester Two 2020/21)

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Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester Two, academic year 2020/2021 we received 55 requests from students (40 PGR and 14 PGT) in the ECLS. This is what we bought :

TitleResource type
A Critical Introduction to Phonology: Functional and Usage-Based PerspectivesBook – Electronic
An Introduction to Language and SocietyBook – Electronic
Analysing Digital InteractionBook – Electronic
Asian Values Encounter with DiversityBook – Electronic
CALL Theory Applications for online TESOLBook – Electronic
China’s Assimilationist Language Policy The Impact on Indigenous/Minority Literacy and Social HarmonyBook – Electronic
Classroom-based conversation analytic researchBook – Electronic
Collecting Qualitative Data: A Field Manual for Applied ResearchBook – Physical
Conducting Research in Online and Blended Learning EnvironmentsBook – Electronic
Confidence in Critical Thinking Developing Learners in Higher EducationBook – Electronic
Creativity in language teaching: perspectives from research and practiceBook – Electronic
Discourse in late modernity: rethinking critical discourse analysisBook – Electronic
Evaluating Empowerment: Reviewing the Concept and PracticeBook – Physical
Handbook of Research on Teacher Education: Enduring Questions in ChangingBook – Electronic
Higher Education Transitions: Theory and ResearchBook – Electronic
How Emotions Are Made in TalkBook – Electronic
International English: A guide to the varieties of Standard EnglishBook – Electronic
International Perspectives on Leadership in Higher Education Critical Thinking for Global ChallengesBook – Electronic
Language and Intercultural Communication in the WorkplaceBook – Physical
Language Development : Understanding Language Diversity in the ClassroomBook – Physical
Language Development Foundations, Processes, and Clinical Applications / 3rdBook – Electronic
Language in Society: An Introduction to SociolinguisticsBook – Electronic
Learning as Social Practice: Beyond Education as an Individual EnterpriseBook – Electronic
Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and PedagogyBook – Electronic
Material Girls Why Reality Matters for FeminismBook – Physical
Multimodal Participation and Engagement: Social Interaction in the ClassroomBook – Electronic
Multimodal studies : exploring issues and domainsBook – Electronic
New Methods of Literacy ResearchBook – Electronic
Online Communication in Language Learning and TeachingBook – Electronic
Postmonolingual Critical Thinking Internationalising Higher Education Through Students’ Languages and KnowledgeBook – Electronic
Professors as Writers: A Self-Help Guide to Productive WritingBook – Physical
Qualitative inquiry in TESOLBook – Electronic
Questions and Epistemic Stance in Contemporary Spoken British EnglishBook – Electronic
RacéeBook – Physical
Reaching for the Sky: Empowering Girls Through EducationBook – Electronic
Research Methodology in Second-Language AcquisitionBook – Electronic
Research Methodology: A step-by-step guide for beginners / 5thBook – Physical
Second language teacher education : a sociocultural perspectiveBook – Electronic
Systematically Working With Multimodal Data: Research Methods in Multimodal Discourse AnalysisBook – Electronic
Teaching thinking: philosophy enquiry in the classroom / 4thBook – Electronic
Teaching through peer interactionBook – Electronic
Teaching Writing / 2ndBook – Electronic
TESOL Teacher Education in a Transnational World Turning Challenges into Innovative ProspectsBook – Electronic
The Longings and limits of global citizenship education: the moral pedagogy of schooling in a cosmopolitan age.Book – Electronic
The politics of fear: The Shameless Normalization of Far-Right DiscourseBook – Physical
The Routledge Handbook of Instructed Second Language AcquisitionBook – Electronic
The Routledge Handbook of Teaching English to Young Learners / Chapter: Classroom technology for young learnersBook – Electronic
The Routledge International Handbook of Creative LearningBook – Electronic
Transcribing talk and interaction : issues in the representation of communication dataBook – Electronic
Using Story Telling as a Therapeutic Tool with ChildrenBook – Electronic
Verhüllung: Die Burka-Debatte in der SchweizBook – Electronic
Voices of the Mind: Sociocultural Approach to Mediated ActionBook – Electronic
Writing New Media: Theory and Applications for Expanding the Teaching of CompositionBook – Electronic
Writing your dissertation in fifteen minutes a day : a guide to starting, revising, and finishing your doctoral thesisBook – Physical

Books added to the Library by students in SAPL (Semester Two 2020/21)

Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester Two, academic year 2020/2021 we received 83 requests from students (38 PGR, 23 PGT and 22 UGT) in SAPL. This is what we bought :

[Un]Grounding Post-Foundational GeographiesBook – Electronic
A history of children’s play and play environments: Toward a contemporary child saving movementBook – Electronic
Abolish Silicon Valley: How to Liberate Technology from CapitalismBook – Physical
Anti-Social Behaviour in Britain: Victorian and Contemporary PerspectivesBook – Electronic
Authoritarian Liberalism and the Transformation of Modern EuropeBook – Electronic
Capital in the Twenty-First CenturyBook – Electronic
Design Science: Introduction to the Needs, Scope and Organization of Engineering Design KnowledgeBook – Physical
Difficult Heritage’ in Nation BuildingBook – Electronic
Elite MobilitiesBook – Electronic
Empire and Righteous Nation: 600 Years of China-Korea RelationsBook – Electronic
Gender, Sexuality, and Space CultureBook – Electronic
Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the WorldBook – Physical
Ghost Road Beyond the Driverless CarBook – Physical
Hello, StrangerBook – Electronic
How To Talk To Robots: A Girls’ Guide To a Future Dominated by AIBook – Physical
Hyperconnectivity and digital reality : towards the eutopia of beingBook – Electronic
Intergenerational Mobilities: Relationality, age and lifecourseBook – Electronic
Livable StreetsBook – Electronic
Phenomenology of Values and ValuingBook – Electronic
Prototyping ArchitectureBook – Physical
Risk Governance Coping with Uncertainty in a Complex WorldBook – Electronic
Ruin memories : materialities, aesthetics and the archaeology of the recent pastBook – Electronic
Shapers of Urban Form: Explorations in Morphological AgencyBook – Electronic
Skateboarding and the City:A Complete HistoryBook – Electronic
Space, Imagination and the Cosmos from Antiquity to the Early Modern PeriodBook – Electronic
The Art of Experiment: Post-pandemic Knowledge Practices for 21st Century Architecture and DesignBook – Electronic
The Biopolitics of Water: Governance, Scarcity and PopulationsBook – Electronic
The everyday experiences of reconstruction and regeneration: from vision to reality in Birmingham and CoventryBook – Electronic
The Limits to Scarcity: Contesting the Politics of AllocationBook – Electronic
The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social StrugglesBook – Electronic
Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own DreamsBook – Electronic
Tropical Modernity: life and work of C.P. Wolff SchoemakerBook – Physical
Under a White Sky The Nature of the FutureBook – Physical
Urban Futures Planning for City Foresight and City VisionsBook – Electronic
Water Ethics: A Values Approach to Solving the Water Crisis (second edition)Book – Electronic
Water Politics: Governance, Justice and the Right to WaterBook – Electronic
What Is Water? The History of a Modern AbstractionBook – Electronic
What Water Is Worth: Overlooked Non-Economic Value in Water ResourcesBook – Electronic
After urban regeneration: communities, policy and place.Book – Electronic
Architect’s Legal Pocket Book / 3rdBook – Physical
Beyond successful and active ageing : a theory of model ageingBook – Electronic
Brain Storm: The Flaws in the Science of Sex DifferencesBook – Electronic
Building with Reclaimed Components and Materials: A Design Handbook for Reuse and RecyclingBook – Electronic
Designing and conducting mixed methods research / 3rdBook – Physical
Designing for the homelessBook – Physical
Designing with Smell: Practices, Techniques and ChallengesBook – Electronic
Enhancing Disaster Preparedness From Humanitarian Architecture to Community ResilienceBook – Electronic
Every Twelve Seconds: Industrialized Slaughter and the Politics of SightBook – Electronic
Islands of Abandonment: Life in the Post-Human LandscapeBook – Electronic
Letters from the Earth: Uncensored WritingsBook – Physical
Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic ReasonBook – Electronic
Multiform: Architecture in an Age of Transition (Architectural Design)Book – Physical
Naturalistic Planting Design The Essential Guide: How to Design High-Impact, Low-Input GardensBook – Physical
Rural Regeneration in the UKBook – Electronic
Small Change: About the Art of Practice and the Limits of Planning in CitiesBook – Electronic
Structural Design for the StageBook – Electronic
The Craft and Art of Scenic Design: Strategies, Concepts, and ResourcesBook – Physical
The Designer’s Atlas of SustainabilityBook – Electronic
The Ideal City: Exploring Urban FuturesBook – Physical
Ways of Looking: How to Experience Contemporary ArtBook – Physical
Broadlands and the New Rurality: An EthnographyBook – Electronic
Architectural Design and RegulationBook – Electronic
Architecture of Resistance: Cultivating Moments of Possibility within the Palestinian/Israeli Conflict (Design Research in Architecture) 1st EditionBook – Electronic
Broken Cities: Inside the Global Housing CrisisBook – Electronic
Concrete Changes: Architecture, Politics, and the Design of Boston City HallBook – Electronic
Digital Participation and Collaboration in Architectural DesignBook – Electronic
Eileen Gray: Her Work and Her WorldBook – Electronic
Eleven exercises in the art of architectural drawing : slow-food for the architect’s imaginationBook – Electronic
England’s Co-operative Movement: An Architectural HistoryBook – Electronic
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana-Thomas House: The Illustrated Story of an Architectural MasterpieceBook – Physical
Handbook of Global Urban Health Routledge Book – Electronic
Heritage, Conservation and Communities: Engagement, participation and capacity buildingBook – Electronic
History of CastlefordBook – Physical
Las Vegas in Singapore: Violence, Progress and the Crisis of Nationalist ModernityBook – Electronic
Living in Digital Worlds: Designing the Digital Public SpaceBook – Electronic
Mixed communities: Gentrification by stealth?Book – Electronic
Rethinking Policy and Politics Reflections on Contemporary Debates in Policy StudiesBook – Electronic
The Emergence of the Interior: Architecture, Modernity, DomesticityBook – Electronic
The Imperial Museums of Meiji JapanBook – Physical
The Peregrine Faclon / 2ndBook – Electronic
The Urban Commons: How Data and Technology Can Rebuild Our CommunitiesBook – Electronic
Think like an ArchitectBook – Electronic
This building should have some sort of distinctive shapeBook – Physical

Books added to the Library by students in NUBS (Semester Two 2020/21)

Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester Two, academic year 2020/2021 we received 16 requests (9 PGT and 7 UGT) from students in the Business School. This is what we bought :

All Consuming Images: The Politics of Style in Contemporary CultureBook – Physical
Animals, Work, and the Promise of Interspecies SolidarityBook – Electronic
Anthropocene Psychology Being Human in a More-Than-Human WorldBook – Electronic
Citizenship and Sustainability in OrganizationsBook – Electronic
Deep Adaptation: Navigating the Realities of Climate ChaosBook – Physical
Handbook of Research on Global Corporate CitizenshipBook – Electronic
Strategic Digital Transformation: A Results-Driven ApproachBook – Electronic
The Digital Transformation PlaybookBook – Electronic
Theory of Incomplete Markets / Volume 1Book – Electronic
Crisis Strategy Management: competition and Change in EnterpriseBook – Electronic
Flash of genius: And other true stories of inventionBook – Physical
Handbook of qualitative research methods for international businessBook – Electronic
Influencer Marketing Building Brand Communities and EngagementBook – Electronic
Innovation X: Why a Company’s Toughest Problems Are Its Greatest AdvantageBook – Electronic
Shaping the Corporate Landscape Towards Corporate Reform and Enterprise DiversityBook – Electronic
Social Entrepreneurship: Managing the Creation of Social ValueBook – Electronic

BAR Digital Collection for archaeology now available

We’re pleased to announce that the Library has bought access to the new BAR Digital Collection, following a successful trial earlier this year.

This online collection, from one of the world’s largest academic archaeology publishers, gives full text access to over 3,100 titles published from 1974 to date. The collection includes both BAR’s British and international series, and covers archaeological research, excavation reports and other important series from around the world. Publications are mostly in English, as well as some in Italian, German, French and Spanish.

BAR browse options

You can browse or search the entire collection in various ways (e.g. by location, author, subject, time period or series). Each report is also individually catalogued on Library Search (here is an example).

Get the latest news and features about this collection on Twitter.

New e-book collection: Oxford World’s Classics

OWC logo

We’re pleased to announce that the Library has bought the new Oxford World’s Classics e-book collection, following a well-received trial earlier this year.

This provides access to 301 novels and other works from the 18th and 19th centuries from around the world, including novels by writers such as Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Emile Zola and Fyodor Dostoevsky, as well as works such as Charles Darwin’s On The Origin of Species and John Stuart Mill’s On Liberty.

OWC authors

Each work is accompanied by extensive hyperlinked notes, introductions, bibliographies and commentaries. You can browse or search the entire collection in various ways (for example: by author, subject, keyword or time period). Every book in the collection is also individually catalogued on Library Search (here is an example).

When reading a book, you can highlight text and make and save annotations (you’ll need to create a Personal Profile first).

Text highlight and annotation

Get the latest news and features on this platform from Twitter or via the Oxford World’s Classics blog.

Elsevier’s Clinicalkey Student

Getting Started

Elsevier’s Clinicalkey Student gives you electronic access to some of the most popular recommended clinical textbooks plus lots of other really useful resources including images and video. Subjects covered include medicine, dentistry and pharmacy. It allows you to add a book to your own Bookshelf, highlight text, add notes, create flashcard, make presentations and more. All of which is described below with videos to watch.

All of the eBooks available from Elsevier’s Clinicalkey can be found individually by searching for them on Library Search. To search or browse the collection go to Library Search and search for Clinicalkey.

To Login

To find out how to login and search for a book follow the instruction below or watch this video to get started.

  • Click on Log in via your institution on the right hand side
  • In the Institution search box type Newcastle University
  • Login using your University Username and Password

You are now ready to search for content either:

  • a book by title, author or keyword
  • a subject keyword for any content e.g. book, chapter, video available

Using the Bookshelf

To find out how to use the Bookshelf follow the instruction below or watch this video to get started.

To add a book to the Bookshelf you need to be within the content of a chapter. Search for the book by title, author or keyword

  • Click View book TOC
  • Click on the chapter you want
  • Click Add to Bookshelf on right hand side
  • If you want to see the book on your bookshelf, click Launch Bookshelf
  • If you click on the Home option this will show you all the books you have added to your Bookshelf
  • Once you have added to your Bookshelf you can go straight to it from the homepage by clicking on Bookshelf

For more details on using the Bookshelf watch this video.

Highlighting and Saving Text

When you are within the text of a chapter you can highlight any part to save it as a note for later. See instructions below and for more detail watch this video on Highlighting and Saving text.

  • Highlight the text you want to save
  • Select either green or yellow to highlight the colour
  • Give the note a name to show what it is

To look at all your notes click on the Notepad option on the left of the screen.

Creating Flashcards

When you are within the text of a book you can highlight any part to create a Flashcard. See instructions below and for more detail watch this video on Creating Flashcards.

  • Highlight the text you want for the front of the flashcard
  • Choose an existing Deck or a New Deck and Create it
  • Highlight and select Copy to get the text for the back of the card – Paste this text into the card
  • Save the card
  • You can create as many decks as you want and as many cards you want in each deck
  • By clicking on the Play button in the top right hand corner of the deck you can run through the cards to test your knowledge

Creating Presentations

You can share the latest evidence-based information with colleagues by exporting images with their citation and copyright information into a PowerPoint presentation.

See instructions below and for more detail watch this video on Creating Presentations

  • Search or Browse for an image
  • Click the Add to Presentation link at the bottom of the image
  • Select an Existing Presentation from the drop down menu
  • Click Add

OR

  • Click Create a New Presentation
  • Give it a name in the Presentation Name box
  • Click Add

Download the presentation and save as a .ppt file. You can then add your own slides and text to complete your presentation.

Using the Clinicalkey APPs

There are two types of Bookshelf apps:

  • Mobile App (iOS or Android): You can download the mobile app directly in the iOS or Android app store. To find the app, search for the name of the app (Bookshelf ClinicalKey Student).
  • Desktop App (Windows 10+): The app name appears as ClinicalKey Student Bookshelf. During the download process, you will be prompted to install the app and agree to the terms and conditions. This will create a menu icon and add a shortcut on your Windows 10 desktop.
  • Desktop Apps (Mac OS): Download the Mac version and follow the steps on the screen to complete the download and install the app.

Authentication requirements depend on the app you are using: mobile or desktop.

  • Mobile App (iOS or Android): The first time you use the Bookshelf mobile app, you must be in your authenticated medical school’s network when you sign up or sign in. For only this first-time usage, you have to be authenticated by your medical school’s network. After this unique confirmation that your account belongs to a medical school that provides ClinicalKey Student, the app will remember this authentication, and you can use the app online (in any network) or offline.
  • Desktop App (Windows 10+): You do not need to be on an IP-authenticated network to access the desktop app. Use your ClinicalKey Student username and password to log in to the desktop app.

Books added to the Library by students in GPS (Semester One 2020/21)

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Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester One, academic year 2020/2021 we received 193 requests from 77 students totalling £13,529 worth of book orders. We bought the following items after requests from students in GPS:

Books added to the Library by students in SAPL (Semester One 2020/21)

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Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester One, academic year 2020/2021 we received 263 requests from 97 students totalling £17,343 worth of book orders. We bought the following items after requests from students in SAPL:

Books added to the Library by students in ECLS (Semester One 2020/21)

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Our Recommend a Book service for students allows you to tell us about the books you need for your studies. If we don’t have the books you need, simply complete the web form and we’ll see if we can buy them. For books we already have in stock, if they are out on loan please make a reservation/hold request using Library Search.

Further information about Recommend a book.

In Semester One, academic year 2020/2021 we received 91 requests from 48 students totalling £7,614 worth of book orders. We bought the following items after requests from students in ECLS: