New Psychology E-Books on 123Library

The Library has just purchased some great psychology e-books available 24/7 on 123Library for our staff and students.

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They are from the Psychology Express series and are undergraduate revision guides which help you understand the key concepts and get the most out of your precious revision time. Providing great learning resources 24/7 – just one of the ways the Library supports student success.



New e-book titles! It’s as easy as 123 …

Want to improve your critical thinking and reflective skills? Need to complete a successful research project? Want to succeed in exams and assessments? Or need to know how to write better law essays or understand business finance? If the answer is “Yes!” to any of these, check out the “How to …” series of e-books available on 123Library.

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These e-books are available full-text 24/7 for students and staff at Bucks to support your course success. Help the Library decide what to buy!  Make good use of the e-books on 123Library and the Library may buy some of them as part of it’s Student-Led Purchasing Scheme. Your Library, your say!

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New e-book titles! It’s as easy as 123 …

What a great way to start off 2016! … the Library has purchased over 50 new e-book titles for students and staff to use on the 123Library platform. There are titles available 24/7 on cyber crime, 3D technology in fine art and craft, digital business, social work research, knowledge security and working with children to name but a few. Enjoy using these new resources to support your success at Bucks.

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Student-Led Purchasing Now CLOSED for 2014-15

A huge thank you to all students who chose books on the Library’s Student-Led Purchasing scheme. You’ve chosen some great titles that you and other students can use! Student-Led Purchasing is now CLOSED for 2014-15 and we hope to offer it again 2015-16. Please continue to suggest books using the Request Form on Blackboard. Your suggestions will be forwarded to your Subject Librarian for consideration. You can also preview e-books on Dawsonera for 5 mins. You chose, we paid!!

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New Psychology Books at Wycombe Campus Library

Authentic Happiness – Martin E.P. Seligman

Authentic Happiness“At last, psychology gets serious about glee, fun & happiness. Martin Seligman has given us a gift – a practical map for the perennial quest for a flourishing life”. Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence.

Positive psychology at work

Positive Psychology at Work – Sarah Lewis

Positive Psychology at Work is a much needed book that lifts the lid on how a more appreciative, strengths-focused approach can transform organisation for the better.” Alex Linley, Founding Director, Capp UK.

Our Psychology books and journals can be found on the Third Floor of the Gateway Library. Don’t forget you can reserve books through LibrarySearch.

New books coming soon to Uxbridge Campus Library

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Amongst new titles winging their way to Uxbridge soon are Working with Risk in Counselling & Psychotherapy edited by Andrew Reeves. “This book offers a broad, realistic and grounded approach to thinking about risk.” Liz Coldridge, University of Salford.

LeMone & Burke’s Adult Nursing Acute & Ongoing Care “I genuinely enjoyed reading the chapters and found the whole thing very interesting and informative. The book is easy to read and concise, covering subject areas systematically and holistically. This is a complete ‘one stop shop’ contemporary nursing textbook which I will be buying.” Jane Landon, Nursing Student, University of Hertfordshire.

Making Sense of Research in Nursing, Health & Social Care (5th ed.) Pam Moule. “A nice introductory text and an ideal starting point for someone who is feeling overwhelmed by research.” Katie Smith, BSC Adult Nursing Student at Coventry University.

If you can’t find them on the Uxbridge shelves yet, don’t forget you can always place a hold for new books on LibrarySearch, find your title, select Item details & place hold.