This Library Services page will be kept up to date with information about access to the library collections, online access to teaching resources and how to get further help.
The Library holds the University's education, sport and recreation collections, containing literature covering:
More information may be found on the Moray House Library webpage.
Find your course reading lists via Resource Lists. Type in your course code or keywords from the course title, or your lecturer's name.
Please note that not all courses at the University use Resource Lists.
Exam Papers Online provides access to the collected degree examination papers of the University from 2004 onwards. They may be used by students as a study aid only.
Our guide to referencing and reference management includes information on a range of resources resources to help you get your references right and avoid plagiarism.
For systematic reviews, there are online tools that can help with the screening and reviewing processes.
Covidence provides free account creation for up to 500 records. Instead, make use of the University of Edinburgh's subscription to load your records (more than 500 if that is what you have) for de-duplication* and screening.
Covidence is a web-based tool and reviewers can work on the same set of records.
Rayyan is a freely available systematic review tool from Qatar Computing Research Institute.
*always do a manual check after any system of automatic de-duplication.
The link below takes you to of a recording of a live session for students in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (CAHSS) which looks at developing a search strategy, resources available from the Library to help you search the literature and how to manage your search results. Delivered as part of the Library's Dissertation Festival (March, 2021).