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Workforce Development Library Guide

A guide to library resources for Workforce Development students

A guide for Workforce development students

This subject guide will support you in finding and using the resources needed throughout your Workforce development studies, available at St George's Library. You may also find the Nursing and Healthcare Practice guide or the Midwifery guide useful.

St George's Library has over 40,000 books and over 10,000 different journal titles to support your studies. You can currently use our Click & Collect service to borrow up to 15 books and access unlimited e-resources. Please look at our Covid-19 Library Services Response page for the latest updates on library opening times, computer room opening times, and information about our current onsite capacity.

Select the tabs above for help with the following topics:

  • Hunter - find out how to use Hunter to search for books, articles and more in the library.
  • Literature searching - explore specialist databases and resources for finding information and learn how to plan a literature search
  • Evaluating information - learn how to judge the suitability of the sources you find and make decisions on whether to include them in your academic work.
  • Managing information - discover recommended tools to help you accurately store, cite and reference the information you find.
  • Getting more help - contact us, read the answers to our FAQs and access links for more guides and advice

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If you've been having a problem accessing an e-resource (an e-book or database) it is worth trying to access it through an alternative browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari) to see if that resolves the issue. If you do come across a browser specific issue, please contact us to let us know, and we'll notify the service provider.

If you come across an issue with accessing our resources that is not listed here, please contact to let us know, or report it to a Library member of staff if you are in the Library.

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