Blackwell’s University Bookshop at Queen’s Campus Library
Blackwell’s bookshop is currently at Queen’s Campus Library and online selling all your recommended textbooks and much, much more…
Hello new students!
We’re looking forward to seeing lots of new students in the Library over the next academic year. We have 5 Library locations which provide resources, support and study spaces for Durham University students. If you’re new to the Library, be sure to take a look at our new students pages. You can find out about Library activities during the induction period and beyond by liking/following us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
(29 Sep 2015) » More about Hello new students!
Antarctica exhibition coming to Palace Green Library
This winter, Palace Green Library’s exhibitions consider the Polar Regions, focusing particularly on the discovery, exploration and ongoing work taking place in Antarctica.
(28 Aug 2015) » More about Antarctica exhibition coming to Palace Green Library
Durham University Receives a Copy of the Emperor Qianglong’s Library
Durham University has recently received a donation of 1,500 volume set (containing 3641 titles) fine, cloth-bound reproduction of Qing Dynasty Emperor Qianlong’s (1711-1799) library, with an estimated financial value of over £50,000, thanks to a generous donation from Hong Kong based Chin-Kung Multicultural Education Foundation.
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
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!