After logging into myUnihub, follow the details provided on the link above for the username and password to access Broadcast online.
Broadcast is a weekly magazine for the United Kingdom television and radio industry. It covers a wide range of news and issues affecting the professional broadcast market in the UK.
A library of over 40,000 online tutorials and documentaries, covering software such as Photoshop, Adobe, Microsoft Office, Maya, After Effects, etc, plus expert advice on effective presentations, digital photography, blogs and much more. See LinkedIn Learning Tab above to start this resource.
Details about the Library Services, opening hours, helpdesks, subject support can be found below.
Welcome to the Library Subject Guide for Film, Television Production and Visual Effects. This guide will provide you with resources for your subject, including information about journals, key shelf numbers for finding books, web resources and new materials in the library.
Some recent new additions to the library
BoB (box of broadcasts) is a service we subscribe to from the British Universities Film & Video Council that enables you to record and view TV & radio online from over 65 free-to-air channels in the UK.For full instructions see tab above on this guide Box of Broadcasts
We provide one free personal eTextbook for each module you study. Each eTextbook provided by the scheme is based on a recommendation made by your lecturers, or the main book identified on your reading lists. No need to worry about buying the book or library loans: the books are free and yours to keep.
In a few cases, where we are unable to provide an eTextbook we have made a print copy of the book available for you to keep.
The Sheppard Library is also the place to come if you need help with completing your coursework.
Peter Thomas is the Academic Writing and Language Lecturer for Media students.
Based in the Learning Enhancement Team (LET) in the Sheppard Library, he can help you excel in your academic communication, whether this is in written assignments or oral presentations, as well as using information effectively and ethically in your work.