Your Faculty Librarian is your main contact in the Library. They can help you identify specific resources for your subject and talk to you about tools and techniques for working effectively.

The Faculty Librarian team make sure that the academic and student voice are heard and that key messages from the Library and Archives are being communicated. They are responsible for the delivery of digital literacy teaching within departments and also work to ensure that the Library collections are developed to reflect your teaching and research needs. 

Each of the three faculties has Faculty Librarians (FLs) to represent them; you will often see FLs at meetings such as Board of Studies, and teaching on modules.

Support for students

Your Faculty Librarian can help you to identify specific resources for your subject and talk to you about tools and techniques for working effectively to make the most of what the Library offers. They offer support through teaching sessions, one-to-one appointments over Zoom or in-person, answering questions via email and providing information on the guides below.

The referencing guidance contains advice and examples to help you use your department's referencing style correctly.

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Support for staff

The Faculty Librarian team consists of information professionals who are qualified to provide information literacy training and collection advice. They are ex officio members of departmental Boards of Studies and are happy to attend other relevant meetings such as Teaching Committee.

If you are a module leader, contact us to discuss how we can provide embedded teaching relevant to your course and student assessments. We are also here if you wish to discuss collection needs, especially if you are planning a new module or programme.

For more general information about the library, we have an Information For Academic Staff page you may find useful.

Further details about how FLs, and other Library Teams, can support you with Modularisation and Semesterisation is also available.

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