The Hartley Library uses the Library of Congress/National Library of Medicine classification scheme for subjects other than Education which uses Dewey Decimal Classification. We have listed a few key locations below but it is really important to use the library search facility DelphiS to discover the full range of resources as many of our resources are available electronically.
|WB 555||Occupational Therapy|
When you enter the details of the item that you want on the catalogue it will display a call number or shelf number that tells you where the item is shelved.
The call number will usually look something like these examples:
QS 4 ACL
The library floor plans/touch screens will show you where items with particular call numbers are stored.
The main collection of books and other items for health subjects is held on level 3 of the Hartley Library on the Highfield campus. You will also find relevant material at the Health Services Library on level A of the South Academic Block at Southampton General Hospital.
PhD/ MPhil theses
Undergraduate/ taught masters dissertations
Examples of UG/PGT dissertations are mainly made available via Blackboard. This is certainly the case for the following modules:
· NPCG3009 BN/NPMS3017 BMid Evidence Based Practice
· NQAD3053 Evidence Based Practice (Top-up)
· HLTH6037 Dissertation module
We have a few print dissertations in the Course Collection at HL for the Research and Inquiry Based Practice module NQCG3066.
Electronic books are exact copies of print books. Publishers do not always make e-copies available, but if they do the the Library would normally purchase a copy.
More about using eBooks
Most ebooks will allow you to download pages that are particularly important to you.
Remember that copyright regulations limit you to print/download one chapter of a book (but some ebook publishers may limit you to a certain number of pages).
Bibliographic information is avialable in the navigation panel - save this for use when referencing.
Can't get access?
Some ebooks are single-use only, which means that only one person can view at any one time.
If you can't get access to the book you want , try again later. If you are still having problems then please let us know.