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The Library has a huge range of textbook and eBook titles to meet your needs.
Textbooks can be a great place to start your research, but remember that demand can be high, so you'll need to plan in advance. Use the Library Catalogue to check what books the library has available.
eBooks are a quick and easy way to access material. They are available on or off campus and can be used 24 hours a day. If you own a tablet device, these books can be viewed easily wherever you have a connection to the internet. These titles also allow limited printing.
Ebook Central is the access route to the FE e-books collection. The Core Collection supports students in a broad range of subject areas: arts and humanities, business management and general, education and childcare, health and life sciences, ICT, travel and tourism, key skills including maths, science and engineering, social sciences, and vocational. Currently the collection has 639 titles.
Offering locally relevant UK content, this is a tailored package containing more than 5,000 e-books from leading UK publishers include Hodder Education Group, Bloomsbury UK and noteworthy authors. Subject Coverage Includes:
Art, Business and management, Child development and early years
Computers and IT, Culinary arts, Education, Fashion and design
Health and social care, History, Languages ,Media, Performing arts
Sport, leisure, physical education and fitness, Technology and engineering
A selection of ebooks for your subject
AQA A-level psychology. 1 : for A-level year 1 and AS
My Revision Notes:OCR A level Psychology
AQA psychology : AS/A-level year 1 student guide : introductory topics in psychology (includes psychopathology)
AQA A-level psychology. Book 2
Theories of psychology : fundamentals, applications and future directions
Psychology : the science of mind and behaviour
A student's dictionary of psychology
The handbook of humanistic psychology : theory, research, and practice
Stop talking, start influencing : 12 insights from brain science to make your message stick
Call Numbers Explained
When you enter the details of the item that you want on the Library Catalogue it will display a call number that tells you where the item is shelved.
The call number will usually look something like this:
The combinations of letters and numbers gives a location based on the subject content of the item. The items are arranged on the shelves using the call numbers.
The library floor plan will show you where items with particular call numbers are stored.