The University of Chichester Library Services are based in the Learning Resource Centres (LRCs) on both of our campuses. There is a team of professional librarians at each campus who provide specialist support, deliver information skills training and manage the library resources in their subject areas.
Subject Librarians provide advice and assistance to find appropriate resources for assignments, seminars and projects. Current students are automatically enrolled on the appropriate Subject Library Moodle pages.
Our Library Catalogue gives you easy access to the physical collections of the University and our large collection of eBooks, along with the ability to search for journal articles using our Discovery Service, and search University of Chichester research using our ChiPrints e-repository.
From here you can search for individual journal articles using our Discovery search. You can also search for whole Journal publications and access an A-Z list of Databases and eBook platforms we subscribe to with helpsheets or video tutorials available for most.
- VLeBooks - Access to individual eBooks purchased by the University of Chichester.
- Proquest Ebook Central - A collection of more than 179,000 full-text books covering a wide range of academic subject areas, including business, computer and applied sciences, humanities, science, medicine and allied health, and social sciences.
- Ebscohost - eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) is a small, but growing collection of ebooks.
You can request library training sessions for any of our services by contacting your Subject Librarian or booking a tutorial on the Subject Librarian Moodle page. There are also help sheets and video tutorials available on the Library Services Moodle page.
For help and guidance on using the Mendeley referencing tool, please see our Mendeley guide. For further information about training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information about referencing please see the academic skills resources and contact the academic skills tutor: Study Skills Moodle page.
Please ask Library staff (or SIZ staff during evenings and weekends) for additional help locating books - notice may be required depending on staff availability.
- Study Room B (top floor of the Chichester LRC) is only bookable by ALS users.
- Height-adjusted desks, large screen monitors, and assistive equipment can be booked by ALS users.
- Coloured paper for printing/copying for ALS users.
- Reserve books ahead of your visit for collection at whichever LRC is most convenient for you, by emailing email@example.com
- The library team will contact publishers to locate textbooks in accessible formats.
Make an appointment with your subject librarian whenever you like during your course so they can help you with access to print and online resources and any library issues you might have.
Please contact SIZ or your subject librarian if you would like general help, laptops, netbooks, to make bookings for Study Room B and training or support for assistive technology (e.g. screen readers, magnifiers or Mind Mapping programmes).
There are also a number of guides to assistive technology for staff and students.