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Construction: Getting Started

Welcome to the Construction Subject Guide

Resources for researching your assignments, referencing, training and advice

Use the blue tabs and menus above to find databases, web resources, referencing pages, and how to get further help and support.

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Journal Articles

  • Discovery Service
  • Subject databases
  • Individual journals

Books and e-books

  • Library catalogue
  • E-book platforms
  • Study skills

Specialist Databases

  • Company information
  • Legal databases
  • Maps

Websites

  • Professional bodies
  • Organisations

Referencing

  • Harvard Referencing guides and tutorials
  • Online help and tutorials
  • Refworks for generating references automatically

Training and Support

  • Help with literature searching, research, and referencing
  • 1:1 support
  • Workshops

1-2-1 Librarian Support

Book a librarian appointment button

Need a little extra help? The Information Skills Librarian team offer 1-2-1 appointments online via Microsoft Teams and face-to-face in the Perry Library, Southwark and Havering campus.

Click the button above to view our calendar and book.

If you are a Lambeth College student or don't have an LSBU email, please email us at askalibrarian@lsbu.ac.uk and we can book an appointment for you.

You can also send queries via email to askalibrarian@lsbu.ac.uk

New Students 2021

Just starting out at LSBU?

See our New Student guide to help you get started.

Reading Lists Online


To find your reading lists for your modules go to one of your module pages on VLE (Moodle) and look for the following box on the right-hand side. 

 

reading list box in moodle

 

Alternatively, you can go straight to the Reading Lists Online 

From here you can search for a module name, a module code, a keyword, or an academic.