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Quick Library Tips – Reserving books

Is there a book you need for you studies but someone else is borrowing it? Come along to one of our Welcome Drop-ins, available every weekday from Monday 19th September until Friday 7th October...

Quick Library Tips – Your printing account

Come along to one of our Welcome Drop-ins to learn more about our printing facilities and how to add credit online. Available every weekday from Monday 19th September until Friday 7th October between 11am and 3pm....

Quick Library Tips – Searching for books

Want to know how to search for recommended books and don’t know how? Want to know how to access ebooks  and ejournals online? Come along to one of our Welcome Drop-ins, available every weekday...

Quick Library Tips – Your reading lists

Want to know how to access your reading lists online? Come along to one of our Welcome Drop-ins, available every weekday from Monday 19th September until Friday 7th October between 11am and 3pm and...

Quick Library Tips – Logging on

Come along to one of our Welcome Drop-ins, available every weekday from Monday 19th September until Friday 7th October between 11am and 3pm, and we will show you how to log on to the...

Quick Library Tips – Contacting Us

Have questions about using the library and resources but can’t make it to the Welcome Drop-ins? There are a number of ways to contact us to get the answers and help that you need....

Come and visit your library

The Murray Library and St. Peter’s Library are running a series of Welcome Drop-ins for new and returning students every weekday from Monday 19th September until Friday 7th October between 11am and 3pm. No...

Spotlight on resources

JSTOR

What is JSTOR? JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources covering economics, history, political science, and sociology, as well as in other key fields in the humanities...

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Using Library Ebooks – Top Tips and Troubleshooting

Why can’t I print/copy? You can only print/copy from an e-book when you’re in the Read Online version Why don’t e-books all look the same? Our library ebooks come from several different academic publishers...