We know lots of prospective students have questions about what it will be like to study at University in the autumn so we thought it would be helpful to let you know more about our services.
We're busy working on the plan to reopen our Library buildings, and to welcome you back on campus safely.
If you've finished studying and you can travel safely to City Campus we'd like you to return your Library books! Please read on to find out how.
The Library is here to support you 24/7
Global Accessibility Awareness Day is on 21 May. Its purpose is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion, and people with different disabilities.
We know assessments can be stressful, and in the current situation things may feel even more difficult. To try to help we’ve put together a checklist of things to help you feel as prepared as possible.
One of the many consequences of the Coronavirus pandemic has been the necessary transition to online learning across the entire HE sector in order to minimise contact and the risk of infection. On 23 March our university closed its buildings and moved all teaching and assessment into the online environment. Our Copyright Clearance Officer, Rachel Thornton, explores some of the impacts.
When it is time to submit your assignment online, the Library can help.
Find out how the Library can support and help you study from home.
Please see below for how you can access resources and services from home.
Whether you have to print and bind your assignments or submit electronically the Library can help.
Did you know that Leeds Beckett students and staff can use other university libraries via the SCONUL Access scheme?
Working on your dissertation or final project? The Library can help!
Use Discover to access thousands of Library resources and keep your research on track.
Whether you've made it through your first semester at university or are halfway through your course, make sure you are ready to deal with any possible 'potholes' along the way.
If you are joining the University in Semester 2 here are some helpful things to get you started with using the Library.
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 with advice from Academic Librarian, Kirsty Bower.
From silent study space to motivational playlists there's lots of help available from the Library to help you survive your exams.
The Library is open 24/7 throughout the Christmas Vacation and over the Christmas and New Year Bank Holidays - see below for key information.