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Find all our books and electronic books using LibrarySearch (the search box on the Library homepage). Search and then select Book from the Search tools menu on the left. You can further limit your search to eBook if you only want electronic books. More information about our electronic books can be found on the Finding e-books webpage.
Use the shelfmarks below to find where books on particular aspects of Primate Conservation are kept in the Library
Databases are the academic equivalent of Google and other search engines. Searching a database will help you find journal articles (and sometimes books, book chapters, reports and other published materials) that are scholarly, academic and peer-reviewed, and suitable for your assignments and research.
PrimateLit - covers the literature on nonhuman primates published between 1940 to 2010; includes links to journal articles and references to books, technical reports, dissertations, and book chapters.
Web of science - a multidisciplinary database that is particularly useful for primate conservation and related subjects (guide to searching Web of Science). The default settings search the Web of Science Core Collection; select All Databases to include BIOSIS Citation Index (a large life sciences database). Web of Science includes links to online journal articles.
Academic Search Complete - a multi-disciplinary database which includes primate conservation journals. Box of Broadcasts (BoB) This service gives you access to thousands of TV programmes, including documentaries on primates and conservation issues. It allows you to record programmes which will then be stored on the database. On the database choose Archive to search for programmes. You can also search for playlists and create your own. Google Scholar contains bibliographic records and sometimes links to an external website where you may, or may not, be able to get the full text of the information source through Oxford Brookes University Library subscriptions. Google Scholar does not have the advanced features of some bibliographic databases (like Web of Knowledge) but you may use the Advanced Scholar Search to restrict your results to the information sources that are most relevant to your topic. Guide: How to use Google Scholar - includes how to set up Google Scholar to link more effectively to Oxford Brookes University Library subscriptions. International bibliography of the social sciences - includes bibliographical references and abstracts (from journals) covering aspects of primate conservation. JSTOR - an archive of full-text articles from a wide range of academic journals including zoology, ecology and environmental science. JSTOR does not give access to issues which are less than 3-5 years old but is useful for older journal articles. ZETOC - British Library's electronic table of contents. Covers about 20,000 current journals and conference proceedings in variety of subject areas.
News sources - links to a number of online news databases.
Bodleian library - information about accessing the Bodleian and a link to their catalogue.
Interlibrary loans - how to request items not held at Brookes
Cite Them Right Online shows you how to reference a wide range of resources using Harvard and other referencing styles. It also gives guidance on how to avoid plagiarism.
Citing references in your work and plagiarism
Library printed guide to citing your references using the Harvard (Author-Date) system ( Word or PDF)
EndNote: reference management software for assisting with studying, research and creating bibliographies
Teach yourself: library guides, 'how to' videos and literature searching
Library guide on Evaluating web sources ( Word or PDF)