During the course of your study you may wish to make use of
Library resources at other Universities, Colleges or Public
Libraries. The following will give you some idea of the options
open to you:
COPAC merges 22 of the largest University
research libraries in the UK and Ireland, plus the British Library
SCONUL Access is a
co-operative venture between most of the higher education libraries
of the UK and Ireland. Staff, research and postgraduate students,
and part-time, distance learning and placement undergraduate
students are able to borrow items; full-time undergraduates are
able to use these libraries for reference. More information is
available from the Learning Centre Help Desks.
Most Universities will allow reference access during vacation
through the Sconul
access scheme - it is however advisable to check with
Public Libraries are another way of accessing information. As
with Universities a lot of public library catalogues are
available through their Internet Web sites.
UK public libraries on the Web gives a comprehensive list.
Central Library is one of the largest public libraries in
Europe and therefore a very useful source of information.
Birmingham City Library catalogue contains information from all of
the city’s libraries.
City of Wolverhampton College
incorporating both Wulfrun and Bilston Campus Learning Centres will
allow University of Wolverhampton students to register with
University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY
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