Welcome to the researcher library guide. If you click the drop down menu in the Welcome and Training tab you can access the slides from our training sessions, the Researcher Development Programme training calendar and the issues of the Research Matters student magazine.
Extra free e-books and e-journals now available
Your MDX library is pleased to announce two new collections of extra books and journals available for you during the pandemic. You can access these resources via Module Reading Lists or My Subject within the Library Guides.
A list of key people and resources from the library and academic writing which will help you research more effectively and efficiently
What is an ORCiD?
ORCiD is a unique identifier system for Researchers worldwide. It allow you as a researcher to distinguish yourself as 'you'. An ORCID also supports linking systems involved in key research workflows.
Find out more about ORCID and sign-up here: http://orcid.org/
Welcome to this Library Subject Guide for researchers. Please start with these basics:
The Research Support Team is part of Library and Student Support (LSS) in the Sheppard Library. If you have questions about Open Access, the Research Repository, Research Data Management or any other scholarly communications issues please do get in touch:
If you have a subject specific question contact your subject librarian.
This guide covers:
Use Library Search to find and access quality academic resources.
If we don't have a journal paper you need then we get it from the British Library, free for Research and Academic Staff. They also lend books. See our Inter library loans guide.
If you think we should buy a book for the library, tell us via the Suggest a book form for your campus.
If you want us to subscribe to a new journal (which can be expensive) please ask your Liaison Librarian.
Download the Middlesex University app for Android and iPhone. Just search for 'Middlesex University' in your app store.