Friday 7th October, 11.00 - 11.50am, Cruciform Building B1.15A - Public Cluster
This training session will provide an introduction to UCL Library services and resources specifically for Philosophy postgraduate students. The session will include an introduction to Explore and an overview of the most relevant online resources.
Just turn up!
This guide has been created by your Subject Liaison Librarian to provide students of Philosophy with information about the Library. The guide includes details of the relevant online and print resources, with lists of the key titles included throughout.
The guide also provides support to use the Library's resources effectively, including how-to videos, online chat and details of further training available through Library@Skills.
This guide will help you to understand what the Library provides, which resources to use and how to use them.
The Philosophy printed collection is located in the UCL Main Library, in addition to these open shelves there are off-site stores for rare and valuable special collections and the lesser used, older material.
The Library provides online access to a huge range of materials. Here are some of the key databases in this subject, providing online versions of everything from works of philosophy, to criticism, to historical newspapers: