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Information for teachers and students at local schools: Home

Guidance on access to resources held by the University Library for teachers and students at local schools

 

Due to the current public health situation we are unable to provide access to non-University members for the foreseeable future.

 

We usually welcome visits by school and college groups throughout the year excluding our revision and exam period of April to mid-June. Use the tabs above to explore what benefits a potential visit would give your students.

What resources are available now?

Whilst we are unable to host visits to the Library there are many resources that are available online:

From e-books and articles to images and data, there are many free resources available online, see this guide for more information.

 

Take a look at the range of Open Online Courses (OOCs) that are available from the University of Reading, they are all free and available to work through at your own speed.

 

Why not read some expert advice on developing the academic skills and practices needed for University.

Want more information?

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Claudia Ricci and Caroline Treeves
Contact:
The Schools Liaison Representative role is shared between:
Claudia Ricci, who works on Mondays and Tuesdays;
and Caroline Treeves, who works Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
0118 378 8778

Want to visit the wider University and not just the Library?

Please contact Student Recruitment and Outreach if you would like to visit the wider University or if you would like a campus tour. Please also use this contact if you would like to invite the University to an open day or school event.