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Mathematics and Statistics: Getting started

A guide to Lancaster University Library resources for students and staff in Mathematics and Statistics

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Use OneSearch to search for books, journals, articles, DVDs etc.

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Cite Them Right

cite them right logo open book At Lancaster you have access to Cite Them Right : the essential guide to referencing and plagiarism.

Cite Them Right covers the range of referencing styles which can be used including

Chicago, Harvard, OSCOLA, APA, IEEE, MLA, Vancouver and MHRA.

LinkedIn Learning

lady looking at ipad, lists of linkedin coursesStaff and students at Lancaster University can now access more than 18,000 online courses as part of a new LinkedIn Learning subscription. 

The content is freely available to all staff and students at the University’s Bailrigg, Ghana and Leipzig campuses. 

The expert-led courses, which contain bite-sized videos, cover topics including leadership, wellbeing and personal development, as well as business, technical and creative skills. 

You can explore collections of related courses or follow learning pathways that take you from beginner, through intermediate to advanced levels.  

 To find out more either scan the QR barcode or click Information about LinkedIn Learning

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Is there a book or other resource that we don't have that would make a useful addition to the library? If so, please use the Request a Resource form to let us know.

We welcome suggestions for both academic and leisure reading titles. We also encourage recommendations that might help to diversify our collection.

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