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  • European Documentation Centres – the arrival of the electronic library 

    Overy, Patrick (SCONUL, 2004-03)
    Although a large proportion of official information from the European Union is now publicly available via the internet, it is important for students and researchers to be aware of the gaps between printed and electronic ...
  • European information: a guide to official sources 

    Overy, Patrick; Davies, Eric (European Information Association, 2010)
    A practical guide for anyone who needs to find official information about the European institutions and their activities
  • European information: a guide to official sources 

    Overy, Patrick (European Information Association, 2009)
    This book is intended as a practical guide for anyone who needs to find official information, whether printed or online, about the European institutions and their activities.
  • European Union: a guide to tracing working documents 

    Overy, Patrick (Globalex, 2008-12)
    In legal research, particularly in international and comparative law, it is often necessary to trace working documents, or “travaux préparatoires,” in order to get a clear view of how negotiations have affected the original ...
  • Exeter Research Data Repository Help 

    Evans, Jill (University of Exeter, 2011)
    PDF providing help on the use of the Data Repository
  • Exeter Research Data Repository Policies 

    Evans, Jill (University of Exeter, 2011)
    Policies governing use of the Data Repository
  • Exeter Research Data Repository Submission Guide 

    Evans, Jill (University of Exeter, 2011)
    Guide to submitting data to the Data Repository
  • Exeter Research Data Repository Takedown Policy 

    Evans, Jill (University of Exeter, 2011)
    Document outlining the Data Repository takedown policy.
  • The Famine Project: Structuring Data 

    Stringer, GB (University of Exeter, 2015)
    A report on current technologies deployed in the AHRC-funded project "Famine & Dearth in India & Britain, 1550-1800", presented at the workshop: Food Security and the Environment in India and Britain: historical and cultural ...
  • First Test Submission Post Live 

    Lee, Taylor (University of Exeter, 2013-07-26)
    Just testing whether we can submit via Globus
  • Google Scholar - a review 

    Myhill, Martin (Charleston Advisor, 2005-04)
    Google Scholar is an internet-based search engine designed to locate scholarly literature (including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research) available ...
  • Gunpowder Manufacturers and the Office of Ordnance, 1793-1815 

    Cole, Gareth (German Historical Institute, 2011)
    This chapter explored the networks and linkages between the Office of Ordnance and gunpowder manufacturers in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
  • Initiating E-Learning by stealth in a 'late majority' institution 

    Browne, Tom; Shurville, Simon (ICICTE, 2006)
    Case studies of introducing e-learning tend to focus upon universities where senior management enthusiastically supports the introduction of such an approach to learning and teaching. When such enthusiasm is not immediately ...
  • Initiating e-learning by stealth in a ‘late majority’ institution 

    Browne, Tom; Shurville, Simon (2006)
    Case studies of introducing e-learning tend to focus upon universities where senior management enthusiastically supports the introduction of such an approach to learning and teaching. When such enthusiasm is not immediately ...
  • Initiating e-learning by stealth, participation and consultation in a late majority institution 

    Luckin, Rose; Shurville, Simon; Browne, Tom (2006)
    The extent to which opportunities afforded by e-learning are embraced by an institution can depend in large measure on whether it is perceived as enabling and transformative or as a major and disruptive distraction. Most ...
  • Free law: Europe and beyond 

    Overy, Patrick (Infolaw, 2007)
    The Europa site provides comprehensive access to information on European legislation and case law and about all the European institutions. But a fairly detailed knowledge of how the European Union actually works is needed ...
  • Lecture Capture – can it help ‘hard to reach’ students? 

    Newcombe, MJ (University of Greenwich, 2017)
    What are the consequences of implementing Lecture Capture technology and how does it support students, especially those who are ‘hard to reach’? There is growing evidence around the benefits lecture recordings provide to ...
  • Life Out of Death—Violent FX and Its Vivacious Power 

    Johnson, PS (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-03-21)
    This article examines the use of digital visual effects in violently disturbing films and how they reformulate them into newly observable cinematic imagery. It discusses how visual effects show cinematic violence as producing ...
  • A Longitudinal Perspective Regarding the Use of VLEs by Higher Education Institutions in the United Kingdom 

    Browne, Tom; Jenkins, Martin; Walker, Richard (2006-08)
    Between 2001 and 2005 UCISA and JISC conducted surveys into issues relating to the acquisition, use, management and support of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs). A number of other studies provide information on these ...
  • A MAP for the library portal: through the labyrinth of online information sources 

    Myhill, Martin (Emerald Group Publishing, 2005-02)
    In as little as 25 years, online information provision has been transformed. This has largely been uncontrolled, yet the resources now available offer rich returns for the data-hungry end user. Increasingly, many users ...