The Library website was re-launched last week with a new structure, look and feel. You should be able to use the site as usual, but please excuse us if some pages don’t look quite right or function correctly straight away. Please contact the Library or Offsite if you have difficulties in finding anything you need.
Did you know that the Library stays open 24/7 all year round? You can contact us in several different ways and we’ll do our utmost to help you!
Don't know where to turn to for subject-specific help in finding resources? Have you checked out your subject guide yet?
Simply click on the Subject Guides A to Z and find your subject from the alphabetical list.
Getting good marks for your assignment, whether it is an essay, a report or a dissertation, depends on many things, including the citing and referencing of all the sources you have consulted. Don’t lose marks through poor or careless referencing. See how we can help you.
Have you heard about Skills for Learning?
It might be that your course just started this January? Or maybe you’re starting to work on your dissertation?
The academic work you need to do at university can sometimes seem a bit daunting. It might be a while since you’ve done any studying and you might feel the need to brush up on your study skills. Or it might be that thinking about your dissertation sends you into a panic. There’s no need to worry – there is plenty of help and support with study skills available from Skills for Learning to get you started.
We’d like to wish a very warm welcome to all new January starters. We hope you enjoy studying with us.
Why not check out the Offsite web pages dedicated to supporting distance learners in using the Library. You can contact us with any Library/IT related queries. We also provide a service to post out books to students on eligible courses living in the UK or mainland Europe.
Do you need some help completing your assignments?
Skills for Learning have loads of useful information on a whole range of topics from help with Maths, to academic communication and reflective writing, to name but a few.....
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.
For anyone wanting to visit in person, the Library is open 24/7 throughout the Christmas Vacation and over the Christmas and New Year Bank Holidays - see below for some key information about our services.
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Academic Writing Month is an annual event aimed at helping you set and achieve your writing goals. We have lots of help and support to guide you.
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