University Of Greenwich Stockwell Street library

By | 12th June 2017

University Of Greenwich Stockwell Street library

Greenwich Stockwell Street Library

Address

Stockwell Street Library
10 Stockwell Street
Greenwich
London SE10 9BD

Loan renewals

Please go to the Library catalogue, and renew via the ‘my account’ option.

Contact

Online help: Use the support request form for problems with a resource or service.

General enquiries and renewals: 020 8331 7788

Please note that telephone renewals will not be undertaken between 12.00 noon and 2.00pm.

Opening hours

Please check the Library Opening Hours regularly, as these may vary for term, exam periods and holidays

Subjects covered

Computing & Mathematical Sciences, Law, Maritime Studies, Post Compulsory Education & Training, Humanities, Business, Sociology.

University Of Greenwich Stockwell Street library

Public transport

Nearest train station: Greenwich. Nearest DLR station: Cutty Sark. Numerous Bus services. No parking on campus, other parking very limited in area.

Special needs access

A variety of specialised software and other electronic aids are available in Room D004 (on the ground floor). Further details are available from Student Computing Support.

Other facilities include:

  • 2 lifts giving access to all floors of the Library;
  • Toilets for disabled students on each floor;
  • A retrieval service where access is difficult, particularly for those with mobility problems or who are partially sighted;

About IT and Library Services

Information Technology and Library Systems, or ‘ILS’, is responsible for the provision of the IT and related services at the University.

We are committed to providing a new, dynamic service which is dedicated to supporting the University of Greenwich in its strategic plan.

In order to achieve this, ILS will:

  • be responsive to the University’s diverse requirements
  • provide leadership and partnership to promote effective use and development of IT across the University
  • be a key enabler for strategic change in the University
  • provide high-quality, robust and secure day-to-day services, while innovating and anticipating the needs of tomorrow
  • develop IT skills through teaching, training and support