Collecting material for your research project is more effective when you have a plan of how and where you are going to get the information. This way you can identify potential barriers/problems and understand the time frames in which you’ll work. The above tabs provide links to different forms of information.
Creating a search strategy is a great tip when starting with a literature review. It ensures you cover all all search terms and don't miss any key resources.
You can also become a member of the British Library. Information is available on how to register in the British Library's Help for Researchers.
The following is a list of library catalogues that may prove a good starting point for looking elsewhere and seeing which libraries hold the books you would like to view.
There are a range of subject LibGuides providing links to subject specific resources including journal databases and collections.