Arts & Media

Maree, Andy and JoannaWe’re Maree Green, Andy Callen and Joanna Wilson, your Academic Support Librarians for Arts & Media.

If you need to find information for your assignment or research, but don’t know where to start, these pages are for you.  The links below will give you the information you need to get going.

Email: m.e.green@salford.ac.uk
Phone: 0161 295 6680

Email: a.callen@salford.ac.uk
Phone: 0161 295 6183

Email: j.m.wilson2@salford.ac.uk
Phone: 0161 295 6183


Getting Started

The Skills for Learning pages contain lots of useful Library and study skills information.  They are a great starting point for anything you might want to know about finding information and writing assignments.

Here are some Guides to using the Library, finding books and borrowing them.

Get the books you need to read for your course

How to find books and more using Library Search

Finding a book on the Library shelves

How to open an e-book from a reading list

How to borrow and return books

 

Finding databases in your subject area

Databases are good place to research for your assignments, some provide access to journal articles but some contain other data such as illustrations, videos, market research reports,  newspapers and conference papers.  You can access these resources via the Databases link on the Library Search screen, the following guides detail the best databases to use for your subject.

Art & Design, and Digital Design

English Language

English Literature

Journalism

Media

Music

Performance

Politics & Contemporary History

 

Referencing the sources you use

Correct referencing, that is acknowledging the sources of information you use in your essays and assignments, is a very important part of academic writing – the following guides will help you get to grips with it.

Introduction to referencing

Quick guide to plagiarism

Referencing – guides and examples

Referencing made easier with EndNote

Introduction to EndNote


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