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Physics: Home

Rachel Henderson is Librarian for Physics. Get in touch if you need advice / help with using Library resources to support your study, teaching or research.

This subject guide gives you an introduction to library services and resources and provides a selection of key databases and other resources likely to be of use as you undertake your studies.

ACCESS TO LIBRARY SERVICES DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

The Library FAQ access pages will keep you up to date with the current measures in place to allow you access to library services. 

Key resources for Physics

Additional resources

LIBRARY ACCESS EXTENSION

The best way to access our licenced e-resources off campus is to start at Library Homepage or alternatively download the Library Access Browser Tool 

​​​​The vast majority of our e-resources are available off campus to all current staff and students and whilst there are a few resources that aren’t available this will be due to licencing restrictions.

When I am around


Working hours: Tues morning, Weds all day, Thurs morning

Toolkits and study guides

  • Digital ToolKit  for help and guidance on tools, apps and software to help you manage and organise your work. 
  • Study Toolkit Videos, worksheets and guides on all aspects of finding and using information for your studies

 

Announcements

Don't forget to install Library Access on your personal device.  It saves time when you're searching. https://portal.uea.ac.uk/library/e-resources/off-campus

Coronavirus update: Like many, I am now working remotely so if you need help, please do email me using the link below.  Our digital resources are always available: see our new Remote Access Guide for information on accessing our resources remotely. Keep a watch on the UEA Library Twitter feed for all the latest news.

Remember if you need help in writing an assignment take a look at our First Assignment and beyond study guide we have created with the Learning Enhancement Team.

 

My reading lists

Check the reading list link in Blackboard, or search for the module code here