Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies Platform - Help Functionali

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What search and browse options are available?

There are multiple ways of navigating the content:

  • The main Search box in the header
  • Advanced Search: search by author name, title, subject, or publication date
  • Explore options: browse by education level, place, or topic
  • Browse Contents: browse by content type, interactive world map, or via the landing pages for education levels or countries

Can I save items for reading later?

Yes! It’s quick and easy for any authenticated user to set up a personal account to save articles, book chapters, policy reports or other items to view later, organise saved items into folders, email and export citations, save searches and set up search alerts.

Follow the link in the header to ‘Sign in to your personal account’: select ‘Sign up now’ and enter a few personal details (name, email address and password) to create a Personal Account.

Please note you can use the same Personal Account details to sign in on multiple Bloomsbury platforms, including Bloomsbury Cultural History, Bloomsbury Popular Music, and other forthcoming resources.

Can I print full text?

Yes, the site content has no DRM (Digital Rights Management) protection, and so it can be printed to personal computers. All use of the site content is subject to our Terms and Conditions: printing should be for personal use, and standard copyright restrictions apply regarding unauthorised copying and distribution.

How do I cite texts from Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies?

From the content page, click on the ‘cite’ icon to view formatted citations in APA, MLA, Chicago and Harvard citation styles. You can also download a file in RIS format for importing into reference manager software. Please note that the original pagination has been preserved from the print editions.

Can I follow links to other online resources?

Yes, if your institution has set up a link resolver, you can follow links from the bibliographies of full-text books to find copies of the referenced works in your library catalogue or other resources to which your library subscribes.

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