- Books on Time
- Desktop Delivery Service
- E-Print Repository
- Friends of the Library
- Inter-Library Loans
- Law Library
- Library Guides
- Library Help
- Library Search (catalogue)
- Opening hours
- Print Services
- Reading Lists
- Research information
- Special Collections
- Walton Library
Are there any library facilities
in your area that could help you with your studies?
If you’re not sure which public libraries are in your area, your local council should be able to help you. Alternatively, the UK Public Libraries Page has listing of public and national libraries.
As well as their book stock, many public libraries are now offering access to Internet and IT facilities.
If you'e unsure as to which academic library is the nearest to you, consult the University of Wolverhampton UK Sensitive Map which will help you find the nearest HE or FE college to you in the UK.
Access to other Academic Libraries
If you live near to an academic institution whose library resources you might like to use, a number of collaborative schemes exist between UK HE Institutions that may be able to help.
The most useful scheme for students at Newcastle University is:
- SCONUL Access: