Get started with the Library (for Hospitality, Events, Aviation and Tourism students)

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Welcome to new students and welcome back to returning students! I thought I’d share a some info that will help you familiarise yourself with the Library and make the most of it:

Book a Library Tour

A member of library staff will walk around the library with you as part of a small group and answer your questions.

Find books in the Library

The print collections for Hospitality, Events, Aviation and Tourism are within St. Peter’s Library (Prospect Building). Watch our short video below where I take a walk through the Library to highlight HEAT books.

Flyer depicting library locations for tourism subjects: Tourism is upstairs at 338.4791, Hospitality is downstaits at 647.94, Events is downstairs at 394.2067 and Aviation is downstairs at 387.7

A lot of resources (such as books) are online

Many of our books and all of our academic journals are available online. Watch videos to learn how to find resources using Library Search.

Access ebooks

Access Journal Articles

Key Resources for Hospitality, Events, Aviation & Tourism & Blog

We’ve curated information about the different types of sources you may need to use in your studies. Whether you need to find books and journals or newspapers or industry information you’ll find some guidance.

Book Library study rooms

There are lots of study spaces within the Libraries but if you need a quiet place to work alone or in small groups there is 1 bookable study room at St. Peter’s Library and 5 bookable study rooms at the new¬†Library@DavidGoldman.

Contact the Library

Ask library staff if you have a question about using the library. If you’re at St. Peter’s you can visit the help desk to speak to a member of staff. You can also chat with Library staff online using Library Talk.

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