We aim to make our resources and services accessible to all Library users. Please do not hesitate to contact Library staff should you need assistance in using the Library or wish to discuss individual requirements.
The Course Collections contain stock in the highest demand and in a variety of media such as course books, articles, lecture notes, dvds and key journal articles, many of which are now available online. Access to these items is via WebCat, and is available 24/7.
You can search for these resources in the usual way using, for example, an author/title search. However, if you want to view all items for a specific unit / course you should: Login to Library Search with your User Name & Password (or your student/staff number & Library PIN); Select Course Collections; Enter the course code, e.g. HIST1080; Select Search by Course Code. This will produce a list of all the items (physical and online stock) held for that course. Stock available online will have [electronic resource] after the title.
The Digital Scholarship Team specialises in the digital capture of images and texts from a range of document types. Using high-end scanning equipment, state-of-the-art workflow software and with extensive staff experience, preservation quality digital files are generated.
The Library & Learning Commons is a new space and library for students at the Avenue Campus. It contains the primary collection of Language learning Resources, the Humanities Course Collection (excluding Music) and a significant collection of films.
The National Oceanographic Library is a specialist ocean and earth science library. This guide will tell you more about the resources and services we offer to support learning, teaching and research at the National Oceanography Centre and the oceanographic community.
The Winchester School of Art Library is a specialist art and design library supporting education and research. Resources include Archives, Artists books, Exhibition Catalogues and the Knitting Reference Library.