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New library service provides access to more books

Libraries, Research and Learning Resources (LRLR) have launched the new More Books service to provide students with enhanced access to books.

The new service comes in response to student feedback, including that collected from the National Student Survey (NSS). It offers students a quick and easy route to suggest books that our libraries do not already have, to ask for more copies of existing books, or to request an Interlibrary Loan.

More Books speeds up the process of purchasing books and also enables students to track the progress of their request within their library account.

This service is also available for staff to use. However, staff should use the online reading lists to request teaching material, as libraries already purchase core resources from these lists.

Find out more about the More Books service.

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