During Library opening hours staff are able to help with:
In addition staff are also able to help with the following enquiries.
Self issue machines, for returning and borrowing books, are available within the Library & Learning Commons.A drop box is available for returning items outside the staffed hours.
The Library & Learning Commons is located on the upper-second-level of the Avenue campus.
It holds the Humanities Course Collection (excluding Music), Language Learning Resources and a significant Film Collection.
The Library & Learning Commons (Avenue Campus) offers a variety of study areas .
There are many areas for group study within the Library & Learning Commons
An exciting new development has been taking place at the Avenue Campus (Faculty of Humanities) throughout Summer 2015. The Library & Learning Commons will be a new space for students to study and access some of their core Library and Language Learning Resources: including a significant Film collection. The Hartley Library, a short walk away on the University Highfield campus, also holds an extensive collection of humanities resources and additional study space. Information about both libraries and the library services are available here: http://library.soton.ac.uk
The key benefits of the new service will be:
Phase 2 of the project will take place between October & November 2015 and will involve the conversion of some library space to quiet study areas, and the creation of two bookable group study rooms.
If you need immediate help with anything to do with the Library, its services or resources then why not chat live online with a member of Library staff?
You can also text us on: 023 8000 1539 (messages charged at standard rate for texts to Southampton landline numbers).
* Except on bank holidays and University closure days