Considerable effort has been made to acquire additional e-resources. 5,000 new e-books have been added to SOLO with temporary access arranged to another 60,000 on top of the 1.47 million e-books and 118,000 e-journals already available remotely to members of the University.
Many MPLS reading list textbooks and heavily borrowed books have already been purchased for online access and we are working hard to find and make available online versions of as many others as we can. This includes work in progress to provide trial access to major new e-textbook platforms such as BibliU. Over and above this we are very keen to receive recommendations at email@example.com.
Here are some examples of recent purchases:
- Berscheid, E. and Regan, P. The psychology of interpersonal relationships (2005).
- Davidovits, P. Physics in Biology and Medicine (2019).
- Lewin’s Genes XII (2018). 12th ed.
- Sheehan, D. Physical Biochemistry: Principles and Applications (2009). 2nd ed.
- Claridge; Timothy D. W. High-resolution NMR techniques in organic chemistry (2016). 3rd ed.
- Raković, S. and Levine, W. S. Handbook of model predictive control (2019).
- Rudin, Alfred and Choi, Phillip. The elements of polymer science and engineering (2013). 3rd ed.
- Schwarzer, G., Carpenter, J. & Rücker, G. Meta-analysis with R (2015).
- Watts, John F. An introduction to surface analysis by XPS and AES (2020).
- Schwinger, Julian. Classical Electrodynamics (1998).
- Roscoe, Bill. Understanding Concurrent Systems (2010).
- Kelly, A. and Knowles, K.M. Crystallography and crystal defects (2020). 3rd ed.
- Siciliano B. Springer Handbook of Robotics (2016). 2nd ed.