Once you have overcome your apprehension about visiting a library that is many times larger than the one in your old school or college, the next questions that cross most people’s minds in some order are “How do I find the things on my reading lists”, “Where are my books”, and “Tell me more about these strange things you call ebooks”.

Rest easy. We’ve got you covered.

Once you have overcome your apprehension of visiting a library that is many times larger than the one in your old FE college, the next questions that cross most people’s minds in some order are “How do I find the …

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Update 17 July 2019 – In light of Curriculum 2019 and subsequent changes to courses and units, we will not roll existing content over to the next academic year.  We will instead archive all 2018/19 reading lists at the end …

Update 17 July – The reading list rollover cometh NOT! Read more »

(You can safely ignore this post if you are a student.  This post only concerns staff who create and maintain online reading lists.)   The digitisation request form for online reading lists changed slightly yesterday.  In the previous version, the options …

Talis Aspire – changes to the digitised content request form Read more »

We realise that study is not limited to formal library work but can instead expand to fill the cracks in your day and that you therefore want to be able to read and study wherever you can, so we have …

More resources than ever before Read more »

With online reading lists you need only click the big blue “Online Resource” button once and you’re reading full ebooks and articles online.  What is more, you will be reading the journal articles and ebooks your lecturer most wants you …

Online reading lists: love the big blue button Read more »