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FindIt@Bham online help

What FindIt@Bham can do

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FindIt@Bham gives you access to information about all the Library's resources from one location.  This includes books, journal articles, theses, audio-visual materials, databases, archives and much more.

You can also check your library account, consult your module resource lists, and obtain help and guidance from library staff.  For further details about any of these services, click on the relevant tab above.

Using FindIt@Bham: videos

Watch our short videos on how to get the most from FindIt@Bham, from how to find books and journals, to using it on your mobile and setting up alerts. The videos can be found on Panopto and YouTube.

Some of these videos are viewable directly in this guide.

Your library account

Use your Library Account to:

  • See what you have on loan
  • Check books you have requested
  • See your potential fines
  • See a list of books you've returned (you can sort by title and when you returned them)
  • Access your e-shelf
  • View your saved searches

Instant help and advice from library staff

Just Ask !

You can use our Just Ask! messaging service to ask a quick question of our library staff at any time. There's always a librarian ready to chat. 

Problems connecting? We're here to help

If you are having problems with logging on or connecting to any of our electronic resources, please contact our IT Service Desk.

If you have any other comments about our services, we would welcome your feedback so that we can improve our service in the future.

Subject guides and subject support

Library Services provide training and support for all students and staff in the use of our resources, as well as in developing their study and research skills.  This training can be in the form of face-to-face classroom sessions or workshops, online modules, printed guides or individual appointments.

For undergraduates and postgraduate taught course students, see the Academic Skills Centre.

For staff and research postgraduate students, see Research Support.

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