Off campus study
However you're studying, you have access to 1,000s of high quality resources, helping to keep your studies and research on track.
We've compiled a list of top tips to help you keep your studies on track while you're away from campus.
Find a huge range of online journals, e-books and other learning resources to help you in your studies.
Always look up resources using Library Search - it makes accessing e-resources as quick and easy as possible.
Check your online reading lists and get direct links to recommended reading for your modules.
Install Library Access to simplify access to articles, journals and databases, when you are studying off campus.
Take our e-Library tour to help you find your way around the Library's online resources.
Remember to give yourself a break - plan your study time effectively.
Please note: Some services are restricted to UK-based, registered Salford students in order to comply with certain licensing restrictions. If you're studying on a University of Salford programme at a partner college, see our information for Partner students.
Access our apps remotely
A new service from Digital IT allows you to get the apps you use on campus on your own personal devices.
Applications include SPSS / Visual Studio / Resolve and many more!
We've put together some short video guides to help you - choose your preferred option from the three listed below.
If you have any questions related to this new service please check out the articles on the Service Portal and if further assistance is required please call the Service Desk on 0161 295 2444.
Develop your IT skills
Learn about the key IT services and resources to support your studies; how to access online training, trainer-led webinars, and add IT qualifications to your CV with our Microsoft Office Specialist certification programme.
Take an eLibrary tour
Learn about the resources and support we provide - whenever and wherever you're studying.
Get connected to the Library
Join the Library's Teams site and keep connected virtually. You can make video calls with library staff, share screens so we can help with your studies and work together even though we're apart.