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Start your search

The best place to start is a broad search of the catalogue using the search tool on the homepage or below.

 

Use the information in this section to help you dig deeper into the resources available at the library.​

Watch: Finding quality information

When you first start it can be overwhelming to know what type of information you're looking for let alone where to find it.

This video outlines the different types of resources available for the library and how best to find and use them.

Watch: Logging into the catalogue and your library account

The Library Catalogue helps you find resources in the Library.

It covers the majority of our collections, including:

  • books
  • e-books
  • full-text journal articles
  • databases and more.

You can also use it to save searches, place holds, view your library account and renew loans.

Sign in to your Library Account to:

  • Access subscribed resources, such as Ebsco, ProQuest and Gale databases.
  • Add titles to your e-Shelf
  • Place holds on items out on loan.
  • Check your current loans and holds, renew your loans, and save or access saved searches

You can sign into your Library Account from the link in the top right corner of the Library catalogue

This will take you to your usual student login screen if you haven't already logged in.

If you have, you will seamlessly be directed to your account without having to log in again. 

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Watch: Planning before you search

Get the best results from your time and effort by planning before you start searching.

Check your campus library page for information about upcoming workshops