You’ll find a wealth of online information resources provided by the University of Bedfordshire Library for when you are studying remotely. Your reading lists will guide you to what your tutors suggest you read, but there is a lot more out there, both in the library collection and elsewhere.
To help guide you through the library collection, you can read the Subject Guide for your course.
Search the Library Collection
The resource discovery tool (called DISCOVER) will open up the library collection for you and lead you into finding ebooks and journal articles to supplement your reading list recommendations.
You’ll learn how to use all of these tools and resources as part of your course. Additionally, you’ll be introduced to the Study Hub teams who will be available to support you in finding and using information.
Are you a student at the London School of Commerce?
If you’re studying at the London School of Commerce, we have specific information for you on how you can access Library resources.
Come and visit us
When you do visit the campus where your course is being taught, come and see the library. You’ll find PC’s, printers and study spaces that provide both group work and silent areas. There are also printed versions of your textbooks and staff on-hand to help you find what you’re looking for.
Find out more
The Library homepage (LRWeb) explains all the services and resources the Library has to offer you throughout your time at the University. You’ll find information on opening hours, how to use the library, where to get help and guidance, who can help you develop essential study skills and tackle IT problems.
The following links will help you to get ready for using the library: