As well as 'traditional' academic resources, social media is, increasingly, an excellent way of keeping up to date with your subject area. You really can't afford to ignore it! Not convinced? Check out our selection of social media links for your subject.
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A systematic review of the literature on the topic requires an organised, consistent and recorded methodology across multiple databases. You should be able to say what you've searched, how and why. The Library provides a Guide to Systematic Reviews for more information and we recommend the following resources.
Did you know we've got a separate collection of books focusing on academic practice? You can find it on level 3. Alternatively, if you choose Advanced Search on Library Search, choose in shelfmark from the dropdown Any box, and type 378.17, you'll find all our books relating to academic practice.
Discover other useful resources for developing your teaching practice in the Higher Education context on our Academic Practice subject guide.
Newcastle University Library has two Education Officers, Sara Bird and Gillian Johnston, who work with colleagues to create links with local schools and colleges. We welcome visits from school parties offering handling sessions, source evaluation, A-Level study sessions, cholera investigation and games. Where possible we try to tailor each visit to the individual needs of the group.