Hi! I'm Nicola Sales and I'm your Academic Support Librarian for Salford Law School.
If you need to find information for your assignment or research, but don't know where to start - please get in touch. I provide information literacy support and training and 1-2-1 sessions for students and staff.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Phone: 0161 295 6649
The Subject Guide for Law [pdf] provides details of a wealth of materials to help you with your studies.
Oxford University's OSCOLA Guide - This is the official guide to the standard referencing style that you should use to cite work in your law assignments. There is a Quick Reference Guide which provides an example of how to reference each different type of material.
There is also a wealth of information on the internet to help you to understand how you should use OSCOLA such as:
Cardiff University’s online tutorials - This provides a range of tools to explain OSCOLA and to test your understanding of the main principles.
Bournemouth University's Presentations - This series of Powerpoint presentations give a step by step way of building up a citation using examples from cases, statutes and articles.
If you would like more in-depth help and support with your literature searching skills then you can book a 1-2-1 support session.
Select a time and date below then click on the link to book through Advantage.
We have lots of great resources to help you develop your information and digital literacy skills.
Would you like me to deliver information literacy training to your students (e.g. literature searching or using electronic databases)? If so, please get in touch.
The Library provides a range of services for postgraduate researchers and staff undertaking research, including resources to find information; EndNote, to help you manage your information; and resources to help you disseminate your research output so that it achieves optimum visibility and impact. Please get in touch if you would like help using any of these resources.
The University of Salford Institutional Repository (USIR) is an online database showcasing University research. If you would like more information about how to deposit your research you can contact me or our Institutional Repository Team. Also check out the USIR Twitter feed for the latest deposits from the College.