Need a study space? Try our Revision Rooms
To help you find a study space in the run up to exams, we’ve made a range of Revision Rooms available in academic departments and buildings from 4 – 29 May 2015.
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Tell us what you think of Library 24/7!
This year we have offered Library 24/7 opening hours during Epiphany and Easter terms at the Bill Bryson Library and Queen’s Campus Library. Tell us what you think by completing our Library 24/7 survey.
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Library 24/7 is back for Easter term, starting Saturday 18 April!
From Saturday 18 April – Friday 29 May (ending at 22:00), Library 24/7 is back at the Bill Bryson Library . It will also run from Saturday 18 April – Monday 25 May (ending at midnight) at Queen’s Campus Library, giving you an unlimited amount of time to use your Library.
Magna Carta and the Changing Face of Revolt
Tickets have gone on sale for a special exhibition at Palace Green Library to mark the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta.
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Discover Durham Collections
We’re introducing a powerful new system for searching Durham University’s collections, Discover. Search Durham collections and access e-journal articles, databases, medieval manuscripts at Palace Green Library, artefacts from the Oriental Museum, Durham University theses, image resources and research datasets. You’ll also find books from your reading lists on Discover too.
(19 Feb 2015) » More about Discover Durham Collections
The central area on Level 1 is closed for refurbishment
The refurbishment of the Bill Bryson Library is continuing with the central area on Level 1, which has closed to proceed with work to the lighting, heating, ventilation, electrics and décor.
Books with shelfmarks 900 - 999 (Geography, Archaeology and History) have been moved temporarily to mobile shelving in the Level 1 East Wing during the refurbishment work.
Some areas of Level 1 remain open; the East Wing, the Journals at the North End of the floor (accessible via the East Wing or Staircase 5) and the Journals store in the West Wing (accessible via Staircase 2).
The refurbishment will repeat the work on Levels 3 and 4 to update the heating, lighting and ventilation systems, and provide additional power supplies to study desks.
Recommend a Book!
Recommend a Book is a new scheme from the University Library, offering students the chance to request resources to be purchased all year round. Similar to More Books, which has proven hugely popular in previous years, Recommend a Book gives students an easy and direct way to tell the Library which resources you need. To use this service you simply fill out the form at www.durham.ac.uk/library/recommendabook
(23 Feb 2015) » More about Recommend a Book!