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Welcome

Welcome to the subject guide for Design.

This guide will help you discover how to find the books, journals and other information you need for your work.

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SAGE collections

Sage Research Methods (SRM) is a fantastic collection of books, case studies and videos exploring and illustrating research methods for the social sciences.  

  • Books include Little Green Books and Little Blue Books, short guides to quantitative and qualitative research methods
  • Over 1000 case studies illustrating research methods
  • Videos exploring all aspects of the research process
  • SRM Project Planner - accessible advice on every stage of the research process from defining a question to writing up and sharing your research
  • We don't subscribe to everything from SRM - use 'Refine By' when searching and browsing to see what is available at SHU
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Recommend something for the Library

We love books... and are always looking for new publications to support your learning and teaching and to keep the library collections up to date with high-quality materials.  If you think we're missing something crucial though, we'd like to hear about it. You can let us know here.

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Meanwhile, Back in the Library...

This academic year, the library has put on the exhibition Meanwhile, Back in the Library..., celebrating the role of comics and graphic novels in the academic library. Here's a small selection of relevant titles: but you can find out more about the exhibition, the comics we have in stock, and how comics can be used in learning from the exhibition website.

Sheffield public libraries

You will find useful material at Sheffield public libraries, so it is well worth becoming a member.

This material includes biographical and reference resources which Sheffield Hallam does not possess, as well a local studies collection which is invaluable for projects about Sheffield.

The Central Library is on Surrey Street, just across the road from the Adsetts library.