For a quick overview of our service watch the two-part TikTok library tour via our Instagram Reels or Highlights.
For a more in-depth tour, either book on a physical tour of the building given by one of the academic librarians. Register your tour place using our events calendar, or watch the walk through tour video on Youtube. Tour places open for registration 2 weeks before the tour date.
Locate is the name of the library's search tool.
You can use it to find books (both print and electronic) and also journal articles. Simply type your search terms into the search bar and select the type of resource you would like to find from the drop-down menu.
You have a library guide specifically for your subject area, called a Subject Guide. Here you will find a collated list of the online resources that relate to your course, as well as professional guidance about finding and using information for your studies, and details of the librarian who can help you with finding information.
Access the full list of subject guides to find your LibGuide.
We've got some fun events planned for all new and returning students this year so why not come along and get involved!
Come and visit us over lunchtime at the HUB on the 11th & 12th September, and the library entrance 13th-15th September where we will also have our buzzwire game, you might even win a prize!
Check out the tabs on this page for the Animals in the Library event, and the Mario Kart Tournament which are always a hit, plus there will also be Nail Painting, a Lego session and a Jigsaw Challenge!
We are also hosting a New International Student Welcome Breakfast at the Library event where talk students can talk with library staff for tips about how the Library and other services can support you.
Check out the library calendar for all of our upcoming events and make sure you follow us on social media to stay up to date!
Our team of Academic Liaison Librarians run a series of workshops that are open to all students. Topics include referencing, literature searching, understanding journal articles, and more.
You can sign up to any of these webinars via our Library Workshops Calendar.
Visit the LibGuides homepage to find our central hub of information about the Library, where you will find links to all of the pages mentioned on this page, plus links to: