Library and Learning Services offer a wide range of guidance on all aspects of your studies.
When you are in the Library staff are available on information points on the Ground Floor and the First Floor. Staff here will be able to answer general enquiries.
Library staff also rove throughout the libraries.
All library staff are identifiable by their blue lanyards (pictured left) and may be approached with any enquiry.
A range of Service guides are available covering all aspects of the services offered by the library.
Online enquiries: Just Ask! - send an enquiry via e-mail and receive a prompt reply.
Subject guides are online guides prepared by your subject librarians informing you of the best resources available in your subject area.
Your Subject Librarian can help with more in-depth enquiries about finding information; their contact details are on the website.
The Library Disability Team offer confidential one-to-one advice and guidance to help any student with particular needs; specialist provision includes access to a range of assistive technology and extended loan periods for books; see more information on the web page.
Centre for Learning and Study Support (CLaSS) offers all students advice and guidance for successful study through tutorials, workshops and drop-ins. CLaSS invites all new students to participate in the Self-assessment Exercise - an anonymous evaluation of your confidence in your academic skills.
Maths Learning Centre staff are happy to help anyone understand any kind of maths or statistics. They offer regular drop-in sessions, 12.30pm-2.30pm weekdays during term time and exam time, and confidential one-to-one sessions can also be arranged. Check out the Maths Learning Centre online guide for testimonials and further details of the support they offer.