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Research Trail 1: Introduction

Introduction to our research trail series of video's for the BLIS (Building Legal Information Skills) and Criminal Law Research Learning Units
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UWE FBL Librarians

on 4 May 2012

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Transcript of Research Trail 1: Introduction

Key Sources
How to use them...
Research Trail
Topic
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Print Sources
Online Sources
The sources covered are only an indication of some of those you may find useful, how they fit together, and examples of some of the information you can discover...
... these guides should only be seen as starting points for you to develop your own questions and avenues of research to explore...
Commentary on the law
You will find different sources are more or less useful for different topics....
Primary Sources
This topic looked at the law, legal reform and socio-legal issues surrounding incest between two adults
The videos follow one possible research trail....
Introduction
Part 1
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What to expect from the videos...
This is the first in several short videos you can follow in this learning unit.
It will introduce you to...
Each video will show...
AND WHY!
... and the sources are some of those used by students...
... as part of their Criminal Law Research Assignment
Socio-legal materials
Discussions around legal reform
Now continue with the learning unit, or try out the video 'Research Trail No.2: Halsbury's Laws of England"
THE END
UWE LAW LIBRARY
Current Law Statutes
Halsbury's Laws of England
Hansard Parliamentary Debates
Hansard Parliamentary Debates [Online]
Halsbury's Laws [Online]
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