New Human Resource Management E-Book

new equine e book

The 13th edition of this classic title provides the complete resource required for HR practices, as well as essential business needs of practitioners.

Access this e-book by searching the library catalogue via the Search the library catalogue link.

posted by Heidi

New e-books for September and October

Click HERE to see the purchased e-books during September and October. Our newest editions cover a variety of topics, such as:

Creating a recording studio, Social Policy, Employment Law, the environment, Media Studies, mastering Microsoft Excel, Project and Operations Management… and more.

Click on the Title or Author, then ACCESS ONLINE to access an e-book from this list.

All of our e-books are available to access via the library catalogue. Alternatively, to browse the e-books we have on offer, visit the E-Library and click on E-books under the relevant subject area.

For more information or to arrange training on how to access our e-books and our other online resources, please contact the library, we will be happy to help.

Teaching staff: Please contact me if you are interested in getting e-books attached to units on the Learning Channel.

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New QR codes at Moreton Morrell Library

QR Code Display at Moreton Morrell Library

QR Code Display at Moreton Morrell Library

Moreton Morrell Library now uses QR codes for all of the e-books relevant to the courses taught at the site. QR codes are like barcodes that when scanned, link you directly to your chosen e-book. The codes are located on the book shelves at the relevant subject number.Why not download a QR reader app to your smart phone (qrdroid.com is a good one, and its free!) and try using them.

We would be grateful for any feedback. Check out our QR code display for more information.

Posted by Lucy

Making Ways For Horses: off-road equestrian access in England

The Equestrian Access Forum (EAF) has launched this new publication which highlights proposals for the future provision for off-road equestrian access in England.

The EAF’s aim is the provision of a cohesive, comprehensive, integrated nation-wide network,  free at the point of use, with a horse, on a bicycle or on foot.

This publication can be found through the library catalogue or by clicking HERE

Please ask the library staff for any further details.

posted by Heidi

New e-books in December and January

Click HERE  to see the purchased e-books during December and January! Our newest editions cover a variety of topics, such as:

  • how to write a dissertation
  • how to make Prezi presentations
  • how to use technology effectively in teaching
  • how to recognise Asperger’s syndrome
  • research methods for business students

Click on the Title or Author, then the ‘Electronic resource’ link to access an e-book from this list.

All of our e-books are available to access via the library catalogue. Alternatively, to browse the e-books we have on offer, visit the E-Library and click on E-books under the relevant subject area.

For more information or to arrange training on how to access our e-books and our other online resources, please contact the library, we will be happy to help.

Teaching staff: Please contact me if you are interested in getting e-books attached to units on the Learning Channel.

posted by Sophie

SPORTDiscus – new e-resource for Sport and Sports Medicine

SPORTDiscus is the world’s most comprehensive source of full-text articles for sports and sports medicine journals, providing full-text for 550 journals. With full-text coverage dating back to 1985, SPORTDiscus is the definitive research tool for all areas of sports and sports medicine literature.

Click on the link above to enter the site, or find this e-resource at a later date via the Catalogue or E-Library; it is listed under e-resources for the curriculum areas Sport and Equine and can also be found in the full list of e-resources.

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New Equine Book at Moreton Morrell!

Come and take a look….

              The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 1 written by Islay Auty FBHS is a new edition of an existing title which  hasbeen updated and revised by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI. It now includes detailed information on knowledge, understanding and techniques required for the BHS Stage 1 exam, making it a great course companion.

This title can be found via the library catalogue using the search facility.

 

Please ask the Library staff for any further information.

 

posted by Heidi