If you would like a quick update on changes in library resources or have never had a library induction please contact us and we will be happy to arrange an individual session to suit you.
If we do not have access to an article or book which you need we will do our best to obtain it. Read more about the service in our guide You can make your request online:
In order to fulfil student demand we need to know about books you suggest people use in assignments as well as those on reading lists. Please do let us know as soon as you can so that we can ensure that the students have what they need.
For advice on copyright please read our Copyright guide for academic staff.
Reading Lists are easy to create and manage. Training is available through the library. Alternatively you can request that the library manages your lists, in this case you will have to notify us throughout the year of any amendments you require.
Once created, reporting and statistical analysis can be used to show how your lists are being used.
If you are going to recommend that many students read a small portion of a book or a particular journal article we can upload an electronic copy of a key text onto the Learning Hub if it is covered by our copyright licence. Digitisation allows single chapters or 10% of a book to be uploaded to learning hub modules. This gives students easier access to our resources and in more digestible amounts. You can place requests for the digitisation of our printed material using the following link:
You will be required to register as a new user on the initial request. Further details on how to register are found below:
Zetoc is a service provided by the British Library which provides you with the latest tables of contents of journals. You need to login with your Harper password details. The service works best if you use Firefox or Chrome instead of Internet Explorer.