Why does the Library not have enough copies of a book I need for my course?

Answered By: Richard Fallis
Last Updated: Dec 09, 2014     Views: 41

The Library aims to have either print or electronic copies of all books on module reading lists.

However, considerations such as physical space and financial restrictions mean that the Library may not have enough print copies of a book to guarantee that each individual student has immediate access to a copy.

Ultimately, you should still be prepared to purchase your own personal copies of key text books if required.

Remember, you can request a book if all copies are already on loan to other users.

If the Library doesn't have copies of a book that's on one of your reading lists, please contact your Subject Librarian.

If there is a book that you think the Library should buy, or have more copies of, please email:

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