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Library and Learning Resources aim to support all University students, staff and researchers by providing access to high quality learning resources and information services.

In our Help and Support section you’ll find everything you need to know about joining and using our libraries at UWTSD, our Customer Charter and the services we offer to staff and external members. Can’t find what you need? Use our Need More service or contact the library for further information.

Our Student Essentials include details of our Academic and InfoSkills Programme to help improve your information and digital literacy, our Referencing Handbooks, everything you need to know about copyright and how to access your online resource lists. We also have a range of resources on offer to help improve your digital skills. For further specialist help, your Academic Liaison Librarian or Digital Skills Advisor are always available.

Student Essentials Help and Support

Library Resources

Our online library is available 24-7! Students and staff can access a wide range of electronic resources, including e-books, e-journals, specialist databases, online newspapers and much more.
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Special Collections and Archives

Our Special Collections house the University's oldest printed books, manuscripts and archives, and are one of the principal resources for academic research in Wales.

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Open Access and Research

Find everything you need to know about open access publishing, research data management here, or learn how to submit your electronic thesis.

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Library Events

View our events calendar to discover our exhibitions and come along to our specialist training sessions.

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Academic and InfoSkills

Our Academic and InfoSkills programme is designed to create opportunities for students to develop transferable digital and information skills, facilitating both academic success and employability.

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