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Use this page to find out how to identify, obtain, make available, and help your students to use Library print and electronic books, journals, DVDs and other resources.
Books, DVDs, CDs, Journals and Databases:
If you have any questions about purchasing materials for your courses please contact your Subject Librarian:
You need a Library Impact Statement. Please supply the following information to your Subject Librarian at least 10 working days in advance of the proposal deadline:
Your Subject Librarian will work with you to identify any additional resources needed to support the new programme or pcourse.
Use Short Loan to manage limited resources (e.g. set texts, lecture notes, high-demand material). Items placed on Short Loan can usually be used in the Library only, are issued for short periods of time, and can be booked ahead of time by students.
Note: Short Loan is not a suitable option for a class composed of Distance students.
In Stream and other online environments you can link your students directly to key online journal articles, ebook chapters and other Library resources.
We provide a general Stream Library block that contains a Discover Search and links to key Library web pages. We can also develop a Library block tailored to your Stream course; the block can contain search boxes and links to resources specifically chosen for your course.
We provide a general Stream Library block that contains links to Library help and demonstrations (see the example above). We can also develop a Library block tailored to your Stream course; the block can contain links to Library help, including How Do I Find instructions and demonstrations for journal articles and other resources.
We have developed over 30 short online demonstrations to show your students how to get the best use from Library resources. These can be linked to from your Stream course.
Remember that copyright provisions apply to use of Library resources in teaching.
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Last updated on Thursday 15 March 2018