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We are pleased to announce that the holdings of University of Plymouth, Anglia Ruskin University and Goldsmiths, University of London have been added to the Library Hub Discover service.

University of Plymouth

University of Plymouth Library building
University of Plymouth Library

The Charles Seale-Hayne Library provides access to approximately 350,000 books and multimedia items, 500,000 eBooks, 80,000 current journal subscriptions, and a variety of different study environments.

In one central location there are the resources you need to carry out research (books, journals, electronic resources), to present your work (computers, printers, photocopiers, loan equipment) and experienced, friendly staff to help you.

Find out more about the library on their Discover information page.

Goldsmiths, University of London

Goldsmiths, University of London building
Goldsmiths, University of London

Goldsmiths Library serves over 18,000 readers: staff and students of Goldsmiths, alumni, and external users. Its collections cover the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and relate to the teaching and research of the College.

In addition to some 300,000 books and 7,000 print and electronic journals, it contains extensive audio-visual and school practice collections as well as a growing number of special collections and archives which reflect the College’s interest in the creative and performing arts.

The Library is also responsible for managing the institutional repository Goldsmiths Research Online, Goldsmiths Journals Online, and Goldsmiths Art Collection.

Find out more about the library on their Discover information page.

Anglia Ruskin University

Anglia Ruskin University building
Anglia Ruskin University

Anglia Ruskin University Library services comprises of libraries at our Cambridge and Chelmsford sites, and a Reading Room at Peterborough. We have over: 206,000 print books; 342,000 e-books and 73,000 e-journals.

Cambridge Library sits at the heart of the Cambridge campus accessed via East Road. Chelmsford library is in the Queen’s Building next to the main university entrance. These larger libraries spread over 4 floors provide a range of study spaces from group work to silent study. At Peterborough in our new university site there is a dedicated Reading Room and study spaces throughout the building.

Find out more about the library on their Discover information page.

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– Selecting the search code to the right of each library name on the Libraries list enables you search for all the records from an individual library.

– To browse or limit your search to the holdings of any library, or group of libraries, use Advanced Search to select the Libraries tab and choose the library name from the list of libraries.

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