As part of the University’s response to Coronavirus, our Library sites are currently closed.
We’re working hard to provide you with the best online experience in these unusual circumstances.
Online help and support: You can contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Chat service, available on the library website between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Please note: Due to the Easter bank holidays, there will be no library enquiry services on Friday 10th, Sunday 12th and Monday 13th April.
Students working away from the campus can use a wide range of online journals, e-books and other learning resources to help with your studies. We've written a blog post that tells you how to make the most of these and you can also see the list of available resources on the Library website homepage.
Check your online reading lists via the Blackboard space for your modules to get direct links to recommended reading.
New: Additional resources!
We've put together a reading list of resources which have recently been made freely available by publishers and suppliers. Take a look and see what's there to help your studies:
If there's something you need to read and we don't currently have it, we'll do our best to get it for you. Just request it via the You Want It, We Get It service.
The Library's Skills for Learning team are delivering a range of webinars and 1:1 appointments online. These can be booked via Advantage. See our Skills for Learning website for further information.
Thousands of high-quality courses to help you develop your digital skills are available via LinkedIn Learning.
The library research support team is continuing to deliver an online service. Please continue to deposit your publications into USIR and your research data into Figshare or get in touch with us for other support.
The SensusAccess service, available to staff and students, can be used to convert inaccessible documents such as image-only PDF files, JPG pictures and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into more accessible and less tricky formats.
Find out more about the accessible services that the library provides.