Accessing library resources wherever you are

Access the resources you need for your studies remotely through the digital library. You have online access to a huge range of high-quality digital resources, such as e-books, e-journals, databases, newspapers, and multimedia.

Digital LibrarySearch

Find ebooks, ejournals, online articles and much more on  LibrarySearch Digital.  Use our how-to guide on Finding and Using Library e-Books.

Know the best resources for your subject

Discover your subject guide to find the key resources recommended by your librarians for your topic.

Discover even more resources

As well as the resources in LibrarySearch Digital you can also find a vast range of high quality digital resources, including e-books, academic journals, newspapers, data sets, multimedia and government publications.

Access these resources through Your Digital Library.

Brush up on your library research skills

Work through our Library Research Skills Moodle module to build confidence and support your learning.


Always use the links from the library website to make sure you access the content we subscribe to.

Get more help

Check our opening hours webpage to find current support hours from our IT & Library Support Desk.

2 responses to “Accessing library resources wherever you are

  1. Is there any suggestion when the library will be opened? Carrying out research and teaching planning is almost impossible without access to books, paper journals, access to texts from other libraries etc. Online resources are ok but have limitations. If they didn’t presumably the university would not have invested so much capital spend in enlarging Templeman…

    1. Hi Sarah, thank you for your comments. The Templeman Library will remain closed until further notice following Government and University guidance; although we continue to review the situation. We understand that there will be difficulties for students and staff carrying out research and teaching planning during this time. Our staff are here to help you every step of the way.

      Every Wednesday between 10:00 and 12:00 our academic liaison librarians are holding virtual drop-in sessions – please see our Chat to a Librarian news item for more details. Wide-ranging support is available to help you research, use library resources and find alternatives if the resource you need is not available digitally. If you can’t make these drop-in sessions, please email

      The University is actively responding to ongoing developments with the Coronavirus pandemic and throughout this time the health, safety and welfare of our students, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Any changes to the current situation will be announced on the University website and communicated to staff and students via email.

      We look forward to welcoming you back to the Library as soon as it is safe to do so.

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