Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Apr 23, 2018     Views: 40

We are keen to enable all students to have equal access to library resources. All staff are happy to offer assistance, while additional support staff at each of the library sites can help and advise you.

Please see below link for details of resources and support we offer at all our library Sites.

If you have an impairment or condition that can make it difficult for you to undertake study-related tasks like sitting exams, reading, planning and writing assignments, attending classes and taking notes in them or delivering presentations, then you are likely to be eligible for disability support.  Check out the Disability and Dyslexia Support Service website for details.

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

  • Have you included full item details, title, author, year, volume, page numbers etc as this will help us to resolve your query

 

Accessing an ejournal article or ebook?

  • 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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