To All Students
Both libraries will be open in September. The computer and study spaces have been socially distanced and all floors and spaces within the libraries are open. Please use the sanitisation equipment provided.
You will need to sign in when you enter the Library and use your swipe card for access, this is for test and trace purposes. You will also be required to wear face coverings when you are working in the Library as per government guidelines. If you have any concerns or questions talk to a member of the Library team. You can also use the Virtual Librarian service at https://buckslibrary.libanswers.com/.
The book loan area in Crewe will also be open. Please use the sanitation equipment provided.
Extended and Free access to databases and online resources
JSTOR – access to more collections; search as normal
Proquest – Access to databases and other resources until 30 June 2020. Go to:
EBSCO – working with publishers to give ebooks we subscribe to unlimited access.
In addition Harvard Business Review ebooks are free on EBSCO.
Project Muse- free access to resources from some publishers. Go to:
Sage Journals – some free access to journals.
The Library aims to provide a personalised, high quality service to support the University’s teaching and research programmes and to encourage the development of creative and independent thinking.
Telephone: +44 (0)1280 820218 (Business / Humanities), +44 (0)1280 828267 (Law / Science)
Search EBSCO Discovery Service on campus in the search box below. If the result is only an abstract try Google Scholar or an Open Access resource such as Researchgate, or ask the Library for an Inter Library Loan.
- Database access from off-campus computers and wireless internet access. Instructions for off-campus access (PDF document).
- Accessing e-resources off campus online tutorial
- Accessing EBSCO Discovery off campus online tutorial
- Accessing ebooks online tutorial
The Hunter Street & Franciscan Libraries: locations, subject coverage and staff contacts on each site.
Opening hours, the loans service, reference collection and services for external users, rules & regulations.
Search the University library catalogue or renew your books.
Subscription databases, ebooks, ejournals and useful sites on the Web.