The Browse and Borrow service allows you to book a 15 minute slot to browse shelves in Augustine House or Salomons Institute library and borrow items via the self-service machines. The service is available throughout the opening times of our libraries.
Library Search lets you find the resources you need for your study and research. Read on to find out more.
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New to the university?
Looking for advice on how to make the most of the experience?
Two years ago we asked first year students to take part in a diary writing activity. It was designed to help us understand the experiences our new students face. For one activity in the diary we asked those taking part what advice they would give to new students starting this September.
These students were in your shoes not long ago, here’s the advice they would like to give to you…
The Library and Learning Resources team has a motto.
It’s quite simple… you may have seen it on signs in our libraries.
It’s…. Just ASK!
And we really do mean it! We’re here to help you.
Can’t find an item on our shelves? – Just ASK
Need help issuing a book? – Just ASK
Not sure how to place a reservation? – Just ASK
Not sure how to start researching your essay? – Just ASK
With so much going on, finding the time to ask the questions you need, can be difficult… so let’s run through the options of how you can get in touch and where you can find useful information to get you started.
To mark Heritage Open Days in a virtual way, we are celebrating Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales. In this blog post researched and written by Charlotte Worthington, 3rd year BA French and History student, we will ask the question – did Chaucer really visit Canterbury and if he did, what was he doing here?
During periods where you have a large amount of work to do for your course, you may find the library becomes your second home. At the Medway campus, the library is shared with the Universities of Greenwich and Kent – all students and staff from all 3 Universities at Medway are welcome.