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Library search searches across a vast range of scholarly and research content which the University Library subscribes to online and holds in print.
Watch the Library search basics video which highlights some of the essential features which can help you find relevant content.
You may have access to a reading list through your Blackboard module site in the Reading and Sources section.
Our guides for subject based resources direct you to specialized tools to help you identify research and scholarly content in your subject area.
University students and staff may borrow up to 40 items, for a minimum of 7 days. If items are not held or recalled for other they may be kept for as long as needed and will be renewed automatically.
Your University ID card is also your library card.
If the print copies are all out on loan you can place a request by logging into the library search and completing the form at the request options section of the item. During Covid availability of items may be limited but we will try to get you access where we can. Don’t forget there may be an alternative item.
You may also use the Document Supply Service to access items available at other University libraries and the British Library where available.
The Academic Skills Centre can help with finding and evaluating sources, referencing, academic writing, dissertations, projects and assignments, study skills, preparing for exams and and statistics. You can book an online study consultation with one of our friendly staff. Academic Skills Online is also a rich resource of online help you can access any time.
This is subject to frequent change so please see Library Services during Covid 19 for information about changes to visiting the library and opening hours, using and booking study spaces and staffed services.
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