Answered By: Jodie Hannis
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2016     Views: 34

The Library offers a number of services to aid your teaching.

Contacting the Library:

To discuss the services available to you, please contact your Liaison Librarian.

Becoming a member of the Library:

You do not need to join the Library. When you join the University you are automatically enrolled as a Library user. Your staff card is also your Library card. 

Helping your students:

The Library has a range of online video tutorials to guide students through the services available, and webpages that direct users to subject-specific resources. It is also possible to organise Library inductions for new students, and there is a calendar of training workshops to help students.

Teaching resources:

You are able to request new books, journals and other resources using the Library Order Form. You can create online reading lists using readinglists@Leicester, and can create links to Library resources from Blackboard. If you need to scan or digitise book extracts and journal articles for your reading list, copyright information and scanning deadlines can be found here.

Copyright advice:

As well as general information on copyright, the Library provides advice on copyright and teaching, and the copyright of images. If you have any questions regarding copyright, please contact Tania Rowlett or Rob Melocha, the Copyright Specialists, at copyright@le.ac.uk or 0116 229 7399

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