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Library Guides


Use this guide to help you make the most of the library and information resourses


Newspapers are great for up to date topical or local opinions on events. However it is important to remember that newspapers    are written for profit so will use attention grabbing headlines and are often factually incorrect. Often papers have a political affiliation and this may bias their interpretation of events. As newspapers are aimed at the general public the coverage is usually too shallow for academic purposes. So always verify information found in a newspaper article.  

Currently you can search back issues of newspapers, including local papers, through a database called Lexis

Business newspaper article

TV and Radio (Box of Broadcasts)

BoB, Box of Broadcasts ยท Learning on Screen  The library holds a very small amount of DVDs which are kept on the shelves alongside the 
  books however most recordings of TV programmes can now be accessed online via BoB: