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Student reading notes

Are you joining us on a distance learning course in September 2020? Find out how the Library can support your studies.

As a prospective student you may have questions about what it will be like to study at a distance at University. We have collated the following information about the services we offer to help you.

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Studying at a distance throughout the summer

The Library is here to support you 24/7

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Exams and assessments for students on distance learning courses

Exams and assessments can be stressful and may feel more so in the current circumstances, even if you are used to studying at a distance. The Library has created this helpful checklist to get you prepared.

Submitting your assignment online

Need help submitting your assignment online? The Library is here to help.

Studying from home

Find out how you can you can access resources and services from home

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Visiting other university libraries

Did you know that you can visit other university libraries closer to home? SCONUL Access is a reciprocal scheme that allows students to borrow from most higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland. For full-time undergraduate students this is for reference only.

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Discover Library Resources

Use Discover to access thousands of Library resources and keep your research on track

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Welcome to all new students in Semester 2

If you are joining the University in Semester 2 here are some helpful things to get you started with using the Library.

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Academic Health Checklist

The New Year isn’t just about making resolutions for healthy living, it can also be a time to reflect on your academic “health” and ensure you keep on track. Have a look at this advice from Academic Librarian, Kirsty Bower.

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Christmas 2019

The Library is open 24/7 throughout the Christmas Vacation and over the Christmas and New Year Bank Holidays - see below for key information.

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