The E-Library & Academic Resources Team play a key role in supporting teaching, learning, and research at Regent College London.
They offer information, guidance, and responsive support services that helps students and staff access and fully utilise Regent’s wide-ranging academic resources. By focusing on providing a great user experience, the Team are committed to enhancing students’ learning, progress, and achievements.
E-Library & Academic Resources at Regent
As well as having access to library services and academic resources through our partner Universities, all students at Regent have access to our own e-library and academic resource platforms via Regent Digital.
Heritage is Regent’s virtual library where students and staff can search and browse all online academic resources. Heritage contains over 10,000 items, including e-books, e-journals, and reports.
EBSCO is a leading provider of research databases, e-journals, magazine subscriptions, e-books, and discovery services for academic libraries. Regent subscribes to several EBSCO products, including Business Source Complete and Regional Business News. Currently, EBSCO includes over 1,300 journal titles and more than 10,000 e-books.
Cite Them Right is a leading online guide for referencing and academic integrity. It covers everything that students need to know to be successful in their academic writing, from understanding plagiarism and identifying sources to setting out quotations and creating a reference list. This essential tool is provided free to all students at Regent.
Support for Students
The E-Library & Academic Resources Team provide students and staff with a range of information, guidance, and practical support, including help with reading lists and sourcing relevant materials to support assignments. The Team also deliver information literacy webinars and one-to-one tutorials to ensure that students get the most out of Regent’s e-library and other academic resources.
These services are complimented by the Academic Skills Team, who deliver webinars and bookable support sessions across a variety of essential academic and study skills. Please see link to Academic Skills page.
Support for Staff
The E-Library & Academic Resources Team assist academic staff in the creation of reading lists and the acquisition of core texts. If requested by staff, we are also able to offer in class support to access the e-library and other academic resources.
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