The University’s Main Library is the primary collection of books, periodicals, manuscripts, digital journals, image databases, local collections and other research materials. It also houses the Centre for Research Collections and specific content and resources that cater to Art, Design, Music, Architecture, Landscape Architecture and History of Art.
- Main Library information
- Centre for Research Collections
- Architecture and Landscape Architecture resources
- Art and Design resources
- History of Art resources
- Music resources
The ECA Library is one of the University's nine dedicated site libraries, and is based at Evolution House, West Port. Our collections include around 65,000 books, 300 journal titles, plus thousands of ebooks and ejournals, as well as DVDs, and a growing artists' books special collection. It provides quiet study space on two floors, with wireless access throughout, and also supports research and learning in art, design, history of art, architecture and architectural history.
Art and Architecture Library
The Art and Architecture Library is one of the University's 14 dedicated departmental libraries. It provides quiet study space with wireless access throughout. It holds over 20,000 books, primarily for history of art, architecture and architectural history courses, and more than 80 architecture-related journals.
Different kinds of study spaces are available to you across the University campus; in libraries, dedicated computer labs, group study spaces, postgraduate study areas, and places for quiet and silent study.
DiscoverEd is the University’s central discovery and library account management service. It pulls together our extensive collections into one place to help you track down what you’re looking for. You can also manage your loans, renewals, and requests through DiscoverEd.
Our libraries and information services have dedicated helpdesks and online assistance for those working remotely. Out of hours help is also available through the “Ask a Librarian” service.