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We hold over one million print books and journals in our eight libraries.

Our electronic collection has over 300,000 ebooks and 20,000 ejournals.

On an average day our users borrow 2,000 books and access 15,000 ebook pages

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University of Nottingham Libraries acquires materials to facilitate teaching learning and research at the University. In doing so it supports the principles of universal access to information and intellectual freedom.

It does not exclude materials because of the ideas or opinions expressed within the content. The presence of any particular material within our collections does not imply our endorsement of the ideas or opinions expressed within the content.

Latest news

Drama Online is moving to a new platform

Description
Drama Online is moving to a new platform. If you have set up a personal account, you will need to save the URLs of any bookmarked content by Friday 3rd July.
Date:
02/07/2020

On trial: CABI Global Health

Description
CABI Global Health supports the study and practice of national, regional and international public health. The trial is available until 10 September.
Date:
15/06/2020

Introducing Yewno Discover - a next-generation research tool

Description
Visually explore concepts across interdisciplinary fields to find unexpected connections and spark new ideas.
Date:
28/05/2020

Updates to NUsearch – May 2020

Description
We have updated our online library discovery tool, NUsearch to make it easier to find and access online resources.
Date:
18/05/2020

Additional temporary online resources and etextbook access

Description
Some content providers are offering extended or additional access to some of their collections during the COVID-19 crisis. These include: Adam Matthew, Bibliu, Bloomsbury, Cambridge University Press, Eastview, EBSCO, Elsevier, Gale, JSTOR, Oxford University Press, Springer, and many more.Listing updated 01/06/2020
Date:
15/05/2020

University Mental Health Day - Mystery Book Swap and Positive Messages

Description
University Mental Health Day is an annual event to raise awareness of mental health in higher education. This year the focus is on random acts of kindness and we've got a host of ways for you get involved – from book swaps to sharing positive messages.
Date:
27/02/2020

Library Book Stock Review 2020

Description
The annual library book stock review is currently open. We invite academics to identify items that they would like us to retain by commenting on the listings. The consultation is open until April 3 2020.
Date:
17/01/2020

Early English Books Online

Description
Early English Books Online has changed platform and the old link to Chadwyck Healey's site is no longer valid. Early English Books Online is now available on the enhanced ProQuest platform and is cross-searchable with Early European Books, ProQuest journals, newspapers, dissertations and other relevant databases
Date:
17/01/2020

 

 

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