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On this page, you will find various helpful resources for starting and supporting your research. Please contact the Haddon Librarian if you would like assistance with using these tools or to arrange a bespoke session tailored to your questions.

LibGuide for Archaeology and Anthropology A list, curated by Cambridge librarians, of excellent starting places for finding Archaeology and Anthropology literature, as well as pointers to Archaeology/Anthropology collections at the university and guides on preferred referencing styles
LibGuide for Sociology A list, curated by Cambridge librarians, of excellent starting places for finding Sociology literature, as well as pointers to Sociology collections at the university and guides on preferred referencing styles
All subject-based LibGuides A list of research guides on all topics taught and studied at Cambridge
Databases A-Z A searchable list of the 1500+ scholarly databases (articles, news, film, archives, statistics, etc.) that Cambridge subscribes to
BrowZine Library BrowZine gives you the ability to browse journals by titles and subject areas of relevance to you. Fully integrated with Cambridge databases. Works great on mobile devices.
ArchiveSearch ArchiveSearch provides access to finding aids and links to digital records for the majority of archives located in the city of Cambridge
Office of Scholarly Communication The Cambridge OSC has information about copyright, the university research repository, depositing your dissertation/thesis and open access publications/funder requirements
Research Skills LibGuide A guide covering many useful research skills including literature searching, note making, understanding copyright and building your online profile
Social Sciences Research Methods Programme An interdisciplinary programme providing research methods training to University of Cambridge staff and postgraduate students at MPhil and PhD level
Wolfson Academic Skills LibGuide A guide, created by the Wolfson College library, covering many useful academic skills including time management, note making, speed reading, making use of feedback and digital wellbeing
Reading on Screens LibGuide A  guide to reading ebooks and in digital formats, including ways of making screen-reading easier, taking notes from ebooks and accessing alternative e-formats
JISC Library Hub Discover A searchable catalogue of materials held in many UK national, academic and specialist libraries
OCLC WorldCat WorldCat is the world's most comprehensive database of information about library collections.

 

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