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Meet your Librarian – Lauren Elmore

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About Lauren

Lauren Elmore is the Subject Librarian responsible for Integrated Foundation and taught postgraduate courses. She studied English at University of Leicester and has a MA in Library and Information Management from Loughborough University.

How can I help you?

You can book one to one tutorials with me to help you with your research or referencing, please contact me via email or you can drop into the library office (DS103) to have a chat!

I work Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm.

As a team, we also provide research and referencing drop-in sessions to assist you in the run-up to written work hand-ins, keep an eye on Instagram (@norwichuni_library) for times and dates.

Online Resources

As well as printed materials, the Library also has a wide selection of online resources to help you with your research.

Useful online resources for MA Film

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TV, Video and Sound

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Off-campus On-campus

BFI Player

Stream new, cult and classic films – instant access to exceptional movies hand-picked for you by people with a passion for cinema. 

To create a new account follow the link and sign up using your university email address.

Step by step guidance to create an account can be found here (this link opens in a new window)

As members of the BFI subscription service we also have access to free scans of chapters and articles, search the database here for a full list of what they have in their collections.

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TV, Video and Sound

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Free Online

East Anglian Film Archive

The East Anglian Film Archive website includes over 200 hours of film from EAFA’s extensive collection. The collection itself is held at the Archive Centre at Norwich County Hall.

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E-Books TV, Video and Sound

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Screen Studies

Screen Studies is a database of award-winning screenplays, critical and contextual books on film from the late nineteenth century to the present, and an interactive timeline of cinema history.

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E-Books

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VLeBooks

You can find eBooks specifically bought for Norwich Uni students on VLeBooks.

Information on how to download VLeBooks (opens in a new window).

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