Library Catalogue Search
TV and Radio Programmes - record and watch using Box of Broadcasts
Online journal articles on particular topics as well as other online information such as market research reports, OS maps, statistics, newspaper articles etc.
If you need help in finding or searching E-resources please contact your Information Skills Adviser (please see below). Contact LLReres@lsbu.ac.uk regarding problems accessing e-resources.
|Alphabetical list of e-resource titles|
Students have access to books and DVDS in our libraries as well as electronic resources (e-resources), these include e-books, journal articles, databases and more. To access these resources you will need your student IT account username and password.
We’ve got over 200,000 books and DVDs across our libraries. Use the self-issue machines to borrow an item, these are situated close to our help desks in all our libraries.
You can also check what books you have out on your account via the self-issue machines.
Search the library catalogue to find the resources you need. When you click on the link to access an item you will be asked to sign in with your LSBU username and password. You can get general help with finding and accessing resources at our help desks or online. For more advanced help and guidance, see your library subject guide or contact our team of professional librarians - see contact details on your subject guide.
You can place a hold at our help desks or via email. If a book that you wish to borrow is unavailable, a 'hold' will reserve a copy for you when one is returned to the library.
Please contact us with the details listed below via firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our help desk.
Students and staff can only place a hold for books and DVDs from our catalogue when all the loanable copies are out on loan. We’ll email you when a copy is ready for you to collect. Holds are collected from the holds shelf located close to the library help desk.
|Books||DVDs||'Teaching Practice' Books|
|Short course student||4||0||0|
|Access/widening participation student||1||0||0|
|Alumni with borrowing rights||5||0||0|
|SCONUL access scheme members from other Universities||4||0||0|
We’ll automatically renew items on your record a week before they are due back as long as
Please look out for our library renewal emails which will let you know if your renewals have been successful (and the new due dates for your items) or if some items can’t be renewed and need to be returned to us.
It’s important to check these emails carefully when you get them. If an item has been reserved by another student, it must be returned by the due date. We charge fines for items which are returned late.
Books can be returned at the library returns terminals close to our help desks. These terminals will give you a receipt for items you return. If you don't want to come into the building you can still drop items at the book returns bin outside our entrance doors.
Alternatively you can return items by post using our Freepost Service. Please ensure that the books are securely packaged.
If you forget to bring your student ID card to campus, you can ask for a 'day pass' at the Perry Library reception desk or the Havering Campus reception desk.
If you want to borrow any items, come to the help desk with your 'day pass' - please check opening times first.
If you have lost your student ID card, you can order a new one on line below, please remember to let the Library know so we can update your record with the new card so that you can continue to use the self-issue machines.
If you need a book or DVD which is only available at our other campus library, we can send it over for you to collect at the library you normally visit.
BoB is an off-air recording and media archive service. This TV scheduling service allows you to record TV and radio programmes that are scheduled to be broadcast over the next seven days as well as retrieving programmes from the last seven days from a selected list of recorded channels.