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University Library


Please use the alphabetical list below to find the word for which you would like an explanation:

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Bill Bryson Library
The Bill Bryson Library is the largest of the four University Libraries and houses the teaching and research collections in all subjects, with the exception of Music, Law, Education and Archives and Special Collections. It is on the Science Site in Durham,

Bill Bryson Library Store
A closed access store in the Bill Bryson Library for less-in-demand Library material. Users need to request store materials using the Library Catalogue in order to borrow or consult them.

Photographic film on a spool containing images of publications such as newspapers or journals. A microfilm reader is required to view the images on the film.

Middle East Documentation Unit (MEDU)
A special collection of publications consisting of documents issued by Middle Eastern governments, political organizations and international organizations operating in the Middle East. The MEDU is located on Level 2 of the Bill Bryson Library.

Indicates that a book or journal cannot be found within the Library.