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The description of each item in the Library Catalogue or a database. A record is composed of a number of fields including author, title of article, publication source and subject headings.
See Peer reviewed.
A reference is a description of a work by another author that has been quoted or paraphrased by the citing author; a reference usually appears at the end of a work and is linked to a citation in text.
Items that give an overview of different topics or particular areas are in the reference collection of each library. These items include subject-specific dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, almanacs, bibliographies, atlases and indexes. Reference items are especially useful for definitions, keywords and concise information. Reference items cannot be borrowed from the Library. See also E-Reference.
UWS students and staff can re-borrow items via the Library webpage. See the Library webpage for more details.
See Intercampus Loan.