We are committed to ensuring students feel supported in their academic skills throughout this trying time. We are offering the following support throughout this teaching block and into the summer months:
if you have any questions or concerns, you can contact the Library team on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you as quickly as we can.
During this period of interruption to our normal services, a number of provisions have been put in place to enable staff and students to gain increased access to online resources.
As you know, all ebooks provided via the BibliU platform can be accessed by multiple students at the same time. Temporary arrangements have also been made by other ebook providers, meaning that where previously only a single user could access a book at any one time, access to these ebooks may now be unrestricted.
For an up-to-date list of resources you can access during this crisis, see the main University Library LibGuide.
The Library team will be happy to assist you however we can.
For any enquiries please contact: email@example.com
At CU Scarborough you will find a Library with professionally qualified staff to support you throughout your studies.
The Library collection is available to all staff and students of CU Scarborough, and provides access to print and electronic resources.
The print collection is largely focused on supporting teaching activities, and includes all materials on module reading lists. We also have background and additional reading materials, as well as a selection of resources to support developing your study skills. Students and staff are welcome to borrow from the collection.
We also have a wide range of electronic resources, including e-books, e-journals and subscription databases, which are part of Coventry University’s subscriptions. These support all our courses, and are accessed via Locate, our library catalogue.
The Library is based on the ground floor of the building, and you can take our books anywhere in the building without needing to borrow them, allowing you to study where you are comfortable. There is also a Silent Study room, located next to the bookshelves on the ground floor, which you are welcome to use; we ask that you work quietly in here and are considerate of others. If anyone is abusing this trust, please let us know at the Helpdesk.