Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: May 08, 2018     Views: 376

Finding a study space for you

Please look at our new online learning space directory. You can use this to find exactly the sort of study space you are looking for around the campus and within the four Libraries. There are now extra study spaces available throughout the exam period.

Finding a PC

You can find out how many PCs are available at each library site and throughout campus by using the Find a PC website. You can also borrow a laptop for free in all libraries. 

Taking a break

Remember!! If you are spending longer hours studying, you need to take a break from time to time.  Check out our Study Healthy and Take a Break Page.  You can take a break for up to 45 minutes whilst studying in the libraries and learning spaces. Just pick up a study break card and place it on your desk when you leave. If you are going to be away for more than 45 minutes, please take your belongings with you.  Cards are available for collection from any of our customer help points.

There is lots of extra information in our FAQs on other topics that may help you in the exam period.  Don't forget help is always available through any of our information points at our Libraries and via the library Helpdesk ( where you can contact us.  

Good luck and happy studying!

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Electronic access help

If you have any queries about our electronic resources (databases, e-journals or e-books), please contact us.

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  • Check that the library has access to the year that you are looking for.

  • Check if the electronic resource offers full-text or abstracts only.

  • Check the eResources Service Indicators to see if any known problems exist.

  • Check that the ebook isn’t a Review

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