The University Library and its staff are here to support your studies, providing you with access to information – online, multimedia or printed – and the skills to make the most of it.
Your University Library is much more than books. It offers places to study, a café and access to a range of support services. You can also access a wide range of e-books and electronic resources online, from the comfort of your own room.
With Covid-19, there are some changes to how you will use the Library and its services for the Autumn term. You will still be able to access the material you need, and all our support services, including your Academic Liaison Librarian, Study Advisers and Maths Support team, will offer a virtual service. For the most up to date information, please check out the Using Library facilities safely page, and the other pages in this guide.
In this video, Samantha will take you on a short tour of the University’s Library. Find out who can help you with your studies, where to study, how to find and borrow a book, and where to get that essential coffee break.
If you are using the Library online, please use the 'Finding Online Resources' link above to find out more about the resources available, and how to make the most of them.
If you are on campus, and would like to find out how to borrow printed materials, please use the 'Finding Print Resources' link above.
For more information on using the Library safely, please use the link to Using Library services safely above.
'Introducing your Library'
Get to know your Library! You can attend a webinar, watch a recording, or take a self-guided tour online.
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