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MORE BOOKS returns to Durham University Library

More Books

A new and improved MORE BOOKS service will launch on Monday 15 February 2016.

We’ve taken the best parts of our More Books and Recommend a Book services to create one easy and direct way to tell the Library which resources you can’t get hold of so we can purchase more books and e-books to meet your academic needs.

(8 Feb 2016) » More about MORE BOOKS returns to Durham University Library


The Bill Bryson Library is now open 24/7!

The Bill Bryson Library is now operating Library 24/7 opening hours until 20:00 on Monday 21 March 2016.

(1 Feb 2016) » More about The Bill Bryson Library is now open 24/7!


Drop in to the Bill Bryson Library’s Subject Support point!

Subject Support Point

On Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Bill Bryson Library, between 10:00-16:00, your Academic Liaison Librarians will be offering Subject Support to all students who wish to drop in.

(14 Jan 2016) » More about Drop in to the Bill Bryson Library’s Subject Support point!


Bill Bryson Library launches Library 24/7 in February!

The Bill Bryson Library will commence Library 24/7 opening hours starting Monday 1 February until 20:00 on Monday 21 March 2016!

(12 Jan 2016) » More about Bill Bryson Library launches Library 24/7 in February!


Discover Durham Collections

Discover

 

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

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!