You can use the library catalogue, called FindIt available either in the Library on stand-alone PCs or online to search for ll books, e-books, print journals, online articse, DVDs and videos.
It is best to search by Author (just the surname) or Keyword (a keyword from the book's title). FindIt will tell you the location of the book (called the shelfmark number), number of copies and if the copies are currently on loan. Books can be requested.
See Using FindIt for more information.
During the Coronaviris (CoVid-19) pandemic many publishers are offering free access and commentary to eBook collections that are not ordinarily available without a subscription. This is a short list that are relevant to this Guide. Library Services have also compiled a fuller list which will include resources outside of or additional to your area of study.
Owned ebook content from 100+ participating publishers converted to unlimited user access until 22 June 2020.
Owned ebook content from 300+ participating publishers converted to unlimited user access until 30 June 2020.
Project Muse ebooks
A selection of publishers have made scholarly content free on Project MUSE. Content that is freely available on the Project MUSE platform during the COVID-19 situation will display a distinctive “Free” icon and is available until 1 June 2020.
How easy is it to make a suggestion?
It's really easy. Just go to MoreBooks@Bham, read the instructions and fill out the form.
Did you know...?
......We will automatically buy more copies of a text when it is reserved by four or more people?