Last Updated: Jan 25, 2024 Views: 360

The University Library provides a range of services designed to help you locate and use resources which can inform your learning. Here are some highlights of the services as you begin your journey:

  • AskUs - Ask and find answers about many aspects of the Library and other University support services in our knowledgebase of Frequently Asked Questions
  • fiNDit - A new and improved discovery service to enable you to search across our collections and save what you find
  • Library spaces which are open for you to visit seven days a week and include:
    • Spaces for private study
    • Bookable group study rooms
    • Copies of set textbooks and other useful print books
    • Networked computers, printer/copiers and wi-fi
  • An ever increasing collection of books, eBooks, eJournals, research tools and videos which can be accessed and used on or off campus 24 hours a day on any device
  • Referencing Guides to support you in using the University's approved referencing styles accurately
  • Workshops to help you develop your research and referencing skills
  • Video tutorials about how to use our services
  • The CheckLIST: Library Information Skills Toolkit which contains six modules to help you build skills in information literacy and critical thinking
  • Learning Skills Guides which give you advice about writing, learning strategies, study skills and academic integrity
  • Access to LinkedInLearning, a large collection of ‘how to’ video tutorials which can assist you to acquire new skills including the Microsoft 365 applications
  • Chat with the Library - An online chat service​ which is available seven days a week whenever the library is open
  • Online appointments with specialist librarians

Our message to you is a simple one  - get in touch seven days a week, whether online or in person, and find out how we can help you to save time as you search for, evaluate and reference quality academic information sources.