Your Library provides a huge range of physical and online resources and services to support you in your studies, located in the centre of campus, facing the lake.
The University buildings are identified according to their east/west position in relation to the Library on the campus map.
Your Library is staffed by friendly and experienced information professionals, many of whom are qualified librarians and information scientists.
Each Department has a Subject Librarian who buys books, journals and databases to support your studies, and can help you to use them effectively. They specialise in Library support for your subject area and look after dedicated webpages for your Department, packed with useful resources. See the links to Resources for your Subject on the website. They also provide training, both in person and online.
There are Information Points on Levels 3, 4 and 5 where you can ask for advice and help - just drop by whenever you have a question. Alternatively use our Ask a Librarian service.
Ask about loan queries at the Issue Desk on Level 2 or contact the team using the Ask a Librarian service.
You can use our Ask a Librarian service for help online.
Research Services provide support for open access publishing, managing research data, research analytics, and use of our archives and research collections. From their website you can access a range of online guidance, book onto training courses, and request bespoke support.
The Library has thousands of print and electronic books and journals. We also provide access to many other publications from patents and standards, to market research and company information, data and statistics.