Tag Archives: Databases

How to write the perfect and compelling research proposal by Fariba Bannerman

Research…is an ancient and ubiquitous activity. Curiosity about others and the worlds in which they live has always been displayed through conversation, asking questions, working together to see what happens after different kinds of actions are performed, talking or gossiping … Continue reading

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Developing a new topic area by Matt Holland

In New Universities in the early 90’s “cutting edge” degrees in “new subjects” were approved almost daily, or it felt that way. Subject Librarians did heroic research to compensate for the lack of published material, bringing together anything they could … Continue reading

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Medline v Embase by Lucy Anderson

I recently heard someone say ‘…so if Medline is in Embase then why search, Medline?’ Apart from the fact that I love MeSH (Medical Subject Heading) I couldn’t give them a good explanation! So I decided, like a good librarian, … Continue reading

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