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Are you joining us on a distance learning course in September 2020? Find out how the Library can support your studies.

As a prospective student you may have questions about what it will be like to study at a distance at University. We have collated the following information about the services we offer to help you.

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Studying at a distance throughout the summer

The Library is here to support you 24/7

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Find out how you can you can access resources and services from home

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Discover Library Resources

Use Discover to access thousands of Library resources and keep your research on track

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Welcome to all new students in Semester 2

If you are joining the University in Semester 2 here are some helpful things to get you started with using the Library.

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Academic Health Checklist

The New Year isn’t just about making resolutions for healthy living, it can also be a time to reflect on your academic “health” and ensure you keep on track. Have a look at this advice from Academic Librarian, Kirsty Bower.

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Dissertation dilemmas? The Library can help!

Avoid any dissertation dilemmas by taking advantage of all the help available from the Library.

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Working at a distance throughout the summer?

The Library remains open 24/7 to support you.

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See this month's selection of new online resources

Check out the selection of new journals, databases and eBooks.

Not sure how to access these resources? The Library can help – click on this post for more information.

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Help with your reading lists

Most students use the reading list system - in fact there were hundred and thirty thousand views of reading lists in the last semester alone! If you're not so familiar with using your reading lists, here are a few tips to help you to get the most out of yours.

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