Take a look at the new additions to the Library's collectionSubject: Multidisciplinary05/12/19
You can now find contents from Times Higher Education, a new Memento manual on property law and eight multidisciplinary ebook collections.
The Library's digital collection continues to grow with new content to meet the needs and demands of the University's students and teaching staff. These are some of the latest additions:
This world-renowned UK publication, which covers the higher education sector, is famed for its international ranking of universities. You'll be able to access most of the contents via our online subscription, including the THE ranking, considered one of the most prestigious and transparent classifications in the field of higher education, rivalled only by the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities and the QS World University Rankings.
You can also find news, data, analyses, opinion articles and documents from the annual THE summit. To access any of this content you will need to register on the THE website using your UOC email.
Available from: Mementos Francis Lefebvre
Alongside the practical guides to criminal, administrative and civil procedural law that were recently added to the Library's collection, there is now also a comprehensive manual on property law. It includes all the information you might need on property, from the initial idea to sales and management, and covers all the new developments in Spanish and autonomous community laws and regulations. The guide is particular useful in terms of property registers and taxation.
New ebook collections
If you'd like to find out more about a particular area, check out the latest ebooks added to the Springer platform. At the end of next year, we'll take stock and acquire the most popular works to add them to the Library's permanent collection. You'll be able to read them on your favourite device whenever and wherever you want.
Books on the latest research in all areas of business and management, and practical guides for professional practice with case studies.
These works look at the leading areas of economics and finance, such as economic policy and theory, econometrics, development economics, banking or corporate finance.
Monographs, textbooks and reference works covering all fields of education.
This collection focuses on research on literature, film, media and art.
Many of these works employ an innovative, interdisciplinary focus to reflect critically on a range of issues.
This collection has works looking at Microsoft, Apple and Oracle technologies, web development and programming languages, such as Python or Java.
A collection on interdisciplinary philosophy that covers subjects such as analytical, political and social philosophy, phenomenology or moral ethics.
Find out more about emerging networks and innovations, including smart cities and homes, Industry 4.0, robotics or the Internet of Things.