Several guides are available to help support your use of our eResources including Library Services Guides and information on Digital Library. These include information on reading lists, student copyright issues, image and multimedia collections as well as social media guides.
We have a dedicated guide on how to use and find eBooks which includes guidance on how to use the various platforms available through the Library.
Would you like to know more about how we buy eBooks?
The Library is now able to provide Undergraduate students in your first year of study with a free personal digital copy of your most important texts for the entirety of the second semester. Find out more
Finding journals or journal articles
We have a guide to introduce you to the Library's key tools for searching online academic journals to help you find what you're looking for.
You can browse most of our journals via BrowZine or use the search box on our main home page to search our whole collection.
Finding images and videos
We have a guide available on how to find images and videos - please do consider the copyright implications though. We have a brief guide on the images and videos guide - as well as further help from a dedicated student guide as well as a staff copyright guide.
We have a student guide to reading lists as well as a guide for staff to help with creating reading lists. Our reading lists can be accessed via our home page.
If you can't find the article or book you need in our collection, you can request it through the Inter Library Loans service.
We hold Digital Discovery sessions annually to help with hints and tips on how to use some of our key databases and eBook platforms effectively.
Our Academic Librarians are here to help you. You could attend one of our academic and research Skills workshops to help you with your studies.