Feel free to speak to any librarian on the Subject Support Points for guidance on how to source and use the right information for your work. You may be referred to the Faculty Librarian responsible for your subject if your enquiry requires more detailed subject knowledge.
Each Faculty has two designated Librarians with specialist subject knowledge.
Your Faculty Librarian has an in-depth knowledge of the library collection for your subject and is there to help you:
Your Faculty Librarian is based within the library on the Subject Support Points, which are open throughout the Library's staffed service hours.
Arts & Humanities Subject Support Point is located on the first floor
Education Subject Support Point is located on the ground floor
Sciences and Social Sciences (Computer Science, Health Sciences & Psychology) Subject Support Point is located on the first floor
Sciences and Social Sciences (Business, Geography and Social Work, Care & Justice) Subject Support Point is located on the first floor
Arts & Humanities Subject Support Point is located by the main library door and is staffed Tuesdays and Fridays during term time.
Contact details for your Faculty Librarian
Need guidance in using the library resources for your subject?
Book an individual tutorial by contacting your Faculty Librarian. They can help you choose the right information sources for your topic and show you how to search the online resources effectively.
These sessions normally last for one hour and they are most useful when you are preparing a specific assignment.
You can contact a librarian for email support via firstname.lastname@example.org
The emails are checked regularly throughout the Library’s staffed hours and a member of library staff will respond as soon as possible.
AskALibrarian Chat Service is available during the Library's staffed service hours.