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Computing and Games Design

Safari/OREILLY online learning

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OREILLY online learning (Formerly SAFARI books online).

The platform includes more than 35K book titles plus 30K+ hours of video,  case studies, interactive tutorials, audio books, and videos from O’Reilly's global conferences. 

You can access the eBooks via Library Search or for a more personalized experience when you first log-in you can create an individual account for access to playlists, content syncing across devices - notes, highlights, and bookmarks.   This pdf 'How to access OREILLY online learning' outlines the steps you need to take to set up an account and access the resources.

Finding books & electronic books

To find books on your subject area, search for them using Library Search.

Most of the printed computing books can be found on Level 2 of Adsetts Library, although some related to business can be found on Level 5.

There are a lot of electronic books available through Library Search and you will be able to access them from within the University and from home.

Use the shelfmark you find on Library Search to locate the book in the library.  Here are some common shelfmarks:

 

If a book is in high demand, we try to make sure we have multiple copies and make it available electronically. 

Multidisciplinary eBook collections

The Library has a range of eBook collections. You can search Library Search to find eBooks about many different subjects and that approach may be quicker than searching individual collections. You can also browse or search with the collections directly.