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You need to use your Brookes login (your Brookes student number, which
is on your Brookes student card, and the standard Brookes password you
use for your Brookes mail, PIP, Moodle etc) in order to access the Library e-resources.
Always go to a resource via the Library website (or a reading list) - don't go via Google, otherwise you may not be recognised as a Brookes student.
Our search platform is called LibrarySearch. You can use it to look for books, journal articles, journal titles and much more. For a quick introduction to how it works:
lists for each of your modules are usually available online and include
links to the relevant resources. To find a list for a specific module,
go to your Moodle course. There will usually be a link to the complete
reading list in the left or right-hand menu. Your tutor may also have added links to weekly readings within your Moodle course.
You can access reading lists for any module through the Library home page. Click on the 'Reading lists' tab and type in the module name or number and click Go.
How to search for different kinds of sources (academic and non-academic) for assignments, essays and dissertations
the books, journals or articles you need aren't available online,
there are various other ways you may be able to obtain them via the