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University of Wolverhampton Library

Welcome to Learning and Information Services


If you’re just starting out, we would like to extend a warm welcome. For students local to our campuses, take a look at each of the ‘posters’ below and watch our video. Then when you visit a Learning Centre, let a member of staff know it’s your first time and they will be happy to give you a quick tour and help you find your way around.

Subject Resources

The following subject headings will take you to specific resources that have been researched by Academic Librarians in your subject. There is a wealth of information regarding electronic resources, subject guides, key databases and top websites to aid your study, as well the latest news surrounding your subject area.

Summon – Library Catalogue
The new search engine for finding University of Wolverhampton resources.

Details of new services and resources we are currently trialling.

Databases A-Z
Full listing of our databases, including image databases

Key books to your desktop

A-Z of E-Journals and E-Books
Access to the university’s electronic journals and books

Library Catalogues
UK national resources

The University’s open access repository

Google Scholar
Provides a simple way to search for scholarly literature.

Using other libraries

During the course of your study you may wish to make use of resources at other libraries:

In the UK

  • SCONUL Access is a co-operative venture between most of the higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland. Staff, research and post graduate students, and part time distance learning and placement undergraduate students are able to borrow items; full time undergraduates are able to use these libraries for reference.
  • To find your local Public Library in England and Wales

Outside the UK

  • WorldCat is the world’s largest network of library content and services. It lets you search the collections of libraries in your community and thousands more around the world. Select ‘Find a Library’ to search for a library near you.

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