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.
Leeds Beckett Library aims to lead the way in providing disability support for our students and Disability History Month (22 November - 22 December) provides an ideal opportunity to look at the work we do.
Avoid any dissertation dilemmas by taking advantage of all the help available from the Library.
Starting to think about your dissertation or final project? The Library can support every stage of your academic writing journey, and one way to develop your literature review is to use Beckett Books Extra. Find out more…
We know University assignments can be scary so whether you are worried about finding information, referencing or leaving things to the last minute, don't worry there is lots of support available. Library staff will be out and about this Halloween to help calm your fears!
Leeds Beckett Academic Librarian Ellie Clement gives us her top 10 tips for writing the perfect assignment.
This week is Dyslexia Awareness Week which runs from 7 to 13 October. The theme this year is empowering people with dyslexia. The Library has lots of resources and support available which aim to empower students with dyslexia to become independent learners and to succeed at University.
Please click to access an audio version of this blog post.
Follow our tips to keep yourself safe online.
Welcome back to the Library - see below for what's new to help you with your studies.
Sheila Silver Library at City Campus and Headingley Library are open 24/7, 365 days a year and MyBeckett is where you’ll find your modules, assignments, reading lists, email and timetable plus Library resources for your subject. There's a lot to take in during the first few weeks of university so we've put together a checklist to get you started.
If it feels like forever since you did any studying or you're wondering what it will be like to study at University then the LBU Study Ready course is for you!
We are relaunching the Library website during w/c 22 July with a new structure, look and feel. You can still use the site but please excuse us if some pages don’t look quite right or function correctly straight away. Please contact us if you have problems finding anything you need.
We upgrade to a new version of MyBeckett every year to make sure it’s in the best shape possible to support you. But, we need time to complete the upgrade and to test the system and functionality so that MyBeckett is in full working order when it comes back online. The upgrade is carried out over the Summer to minimise disruption during the teaching year - this years upgrade means it should never need to be down for future maintenance!
Just graduated? Planning to stay on for a postgrad course? The Library can help keep your study skills on track.
We’re open 24/7 during the vacation if you want to come in and study.
Congratulations to everyone who graduated this summer! Here's a reminder of what happens to your access to University systems.
We know exam time can be very stressful but there are lots of ways the Library can help you to be as prepared as possible.
To give you the student perspective we asked two of our Student Library Assistants for their tips for exam success!
The Library is open 24/7 throughout the Easter Vacation, self service only over the Bank Holiday Weekend. See below for further information.
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?
The Library and the Students’ Union Advice Service are once again offering support and information to ensure you “Write Right” - develop good academic practice and maintain your academic integrity as you prepare for dissertations and final assignments.
Most people use our reading list system - one hundred and thirty thousand views in the last semester tells us so, but we've put together a few tips to help you to get the most out of yours.
Thank you for all your great responses to our call for Love and Break Up letters to the Library during Valentine's.
TagsSkills for Learning MyBeckett Library Books Academic Librarians study space Discover feedback Refurbishment resources 24/7 Microsoft Office 365 exams ebooks eduroam study dissertations academic skills Beckett Books Extra Assignments Wi-Fi student meeting rooms silent study referencing Interlibrary Loans printing PCs Academic Librarian Disability support Essays Dyslexia Graduation Alumni Turnitin binding help auto-renewals subject support laptop loans assistive software email Space academic support research Christmas alternative formats Office 365 Quote Unquote OneDrive holds students with disabilities Mentoring catalogue journals SPSS Projects Reading List wellbeing accessibility literature reviews Digital security passwords study spaces opening hours Library account revision Academic Integrity Plagiarism APA OSCOLA User Experience Disability disability resource area School Practice Libraries academic writing YouTube PebblePad Sheila Silver Library study mentors ejournals resource list SCONUL students Chat Academic Health UKDHM Disability History Month Assignment Information Resources phishing Self service Skype for students study skills Transition Library website web files myHub Results Online Library Catalogue