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Find recommended reading
Library Lists helps you to find your recommended reading for each unit. It gives you easy access to e-books and links to the catalogue for print books. You can search by unit code or title. For example enter 'CH1' to find all year 1 units.
Past exam papers
Past exam papers
The Library provides you with access to Semester 1 and Semester 2 exam papers from the last 5 years, to help with revision. If you can't find the paper you are looking for it may be because:
• The unit code has changed
• It has been restricted by your Department
Please be aware that older papers might not be relevant to current course content.
Submitting your thesis or dissertation
Taught postgraduate students
Deposit your dissertation online with the Library
You can submit your Masters (taught postgraduate) dissertations (MA, MSc, MBA, etc) in electronic format to the Library. Submission to the Library is optional.
Higher degree students including those completing a MPhil, PhD, DBA, EdD, EngD, DHealth, DClinPsy, MS or MD.
How to submit your thesis
Follow the link to find advice and procedures for higher degree students for submitting a print and online copy of your completed thesis to your department and the library.
Follow this link to access the Library's guide for researchers on how to conduct a systematic review.
Useful reference materials, book and journal collections
Search within e-book packages:
O'Reilly Learning is a collection of technical books from a number of publishers including Pearson and O'Reilly Media. The titles include many computing topics and programming and software guides. It also has a range of business and management titles. In addition to books, O'Reilly includes a large range of online training courses, on-demand learning materials and video resources.
Get help with information, library, maths and academic skills
Library and information skills (Moodle course)