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February 05, 2008

Arts Subject Book Moves

The Library is currently moving the Arts subjects books to the new compact mobile shelving on Floor 3 of the Library extension building.  The details are as follows:

  • Books with the classmark PS-PT are on the right of the new mobile shelving
  • Arts pamphlets and Arts Oversize books are on the left of the new mobile shelving
  • General Reference books are on the left of the new mobile shelving
  • Current Arts Journals are directly in front of you as you enter the new area of mobile shelving

If you do have any problems locating the material you need then please do ask a member of Library staff to help you. Alternatively you can contact the Arts Team via the email: or come and see us in our new office on the second floor of the library.

Maney Online Research E–Journals

We now have access to another history and humanities database.

Maney Online Research E-Journals (History and Humanities) - Access to 37 history and humanities publications, with more to be added in 2008. Off-campus access is also available.

Once again if you require any further information about this database of any other history resources please contact Richard Parker, subject librarian for German Studies, History, History of Art and Renaissance Studies. Email: Tel: 024 7652 4475

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