Bangor University Library Catalogue

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Bangor University Library Catalogue


Introducing our new Library Ambassadors:

Five student Library Ambassadors have been appointed to work with the Library and Archive Service to promote the services and various events, as well as obtaining feedback in order to improve communication between the service and students.

The five Ambassadors are undergraduates and postgraduates from different Schools across the University.  The five are:

Alexandra Wuergler (Senior Ambassador)

Ankita Goyal

Finvola Dunphy

Laurence Jones

Thandiwe Mphoka

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New Wales-wide library system will foster greater collaboration between universities

A new library management system which will promote collaboration between cross-sector libraries in Wales will be celebrated at an event in the National Assembly today (Thursday 22 September 2016).

Accessing the library catalogue

Accessing the library catalogue

All Bangor University library branches have dedicated catalogue terminals; ask issue desk staff where they are if you’re not sure. Once you have logged on to a Bangor University computer, you can access the catalogue via the MyBangor links menu, then on the “Catalogue” menu button on the Library web pages, or directly via:


Bangor University pays for a large number of resources to support teaching and learning. We recommend you use our library catalogue to find E-Resources relevant for your studies, this ensures you have access to everything available as a member of Bangor University; you can access both on and off campus but may be asked to log in to identify yourself –

Current students and staff members -will be asked for your username and password (the same as your university emails)

Other registered users – will be asked for your barcode and password (obtained when you registered)

What E-Resources are available?

  • Articles
  • Conference Papers
  • Databases
  • E-Books
  • E-Journals
  • Newspapers
  • E-Theses [Bangor Search tab]
  • Exam papers [Bangor Search tab]

Please be aware that University regulations expect all staff and students to abide by both copyright legislation and the terms of any licence that has been purchased. For further information please see our general usage guidelines.

Need Help?

Please email the Academic Support Team for help to find resources specific to your studies, or for guides on using any of our resources.

If you are having problems accessing any of the above resources, or receiving error messages, please see our FAQ page or email the details to the Digital Development Team.


Library and Archives Service
Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG

Phone: +44 (0) 1248 382981


Bangor University is a Registered Charity: No. 1141565