Library Champion scheme

Looking through books in the library

The Library Champion Scheme is an initiative developed between The Library and the Students’ Union to give students a voice in the Library.

Each school has a Library Champion. Your Library Champion works closely with your Academic Support Team to represent you. They can recommend a book for the library on your behalf, raise issues you might be having with the Library, take forward suggestions for improving and developing library services, and make sure you know about new Library services and developments.

 

Library Champions Scheme

Recommend an item for the library

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Find out who the Library Champion is for your subject area.

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Email them with details of what you would like ordering, including full details of the resource and the number of copies you would like to see in the Library.

3.

Let us know if you would like to be notified when we get it in stock, so you know when it’s available.

Find your Library Champion

A full list of Library Champions for 2019/20 is available from the Students' Union website.

If your School Rep has not yet been appointed, you can still recommend resources for us to purchase, and make suggestions and get information about us by contacting your Academic Support Team.

What staff think

A lecturer from the School of Environment & Life Sciences

If you need any book for your course, or if the copies in the library are always booked out, your Library Champion can arrange for more to be ordered. 

Dr. Rachael Antwis, Lecturer in Global Ecology and Conservation, School of Environment & Life Sciences

A word from the Library

A member of Library staff

The Library Champion initiative lets you have your say about the books we have in stock and you can make suggestions for future library developments. 

Tracy Breheny, Academic Support Librarian