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Cite Them Right offers guidance, articles and videos on various referencing styles, including Harvard, OSCOLA and APA, teaching users to reference their sources correctly, addressing common queries such as avoiding plagiarism and understanding the differences between primary and secondary sources.

You can access it here or from the library's Online Resources page.

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Accessing Library Collections

Search for titles of books, articles & reports across the entire library collection, including some of the major Open Access collections and most subscribed databases  


Check your library account to see items you have on loan.

Search for the books available in the library collection. You can limit your search by the physical location of the book or run a search which will only return e-books.

Check your library account to see items you have on loan.

Useful for identifying in which database a specific journal title can be found. It also includes coverage dates. 

To search for articles, use the Search Everything box


Use the journals search to find e-journal titles from the Library's 68,500 electronic journals.

The library collections are tailored to meet the needs of BPP’s taught programmes and consist of 40,000 books many of which are available online, 65,000 journal titles, 36,000 case studies, 350 law reports including all major series, legal research materials, financial reports and information for UK and international companies and a range of careers and reference material, including online newspapers.


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To borrow an item, bring it to the library issue desk together with your BPP student ID card. 

You should be able to access everything you need for your studies through the library service. If you cannot find the reading you need in the library’s collection please let us know by either:

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