Welcome and Induction 2020
Welcome to Queen Mary University of London from Library Services!
A warm welcome to students joining Queen Mary University of London in 2020-21. We hope that you enjoy your time with us, look forward to seeing you soon, helping you find and use information resources and our range of study spaces.
During Welcome and Induction, you’ll find details on how to get started using Library Services, our range of digital resources and how to access them, progress with reopening our study spaces in a COVID-19 Secure way, as well as who and how to get help.
Key things you need to know about your Library
Important update about Library Services January 2021: Library barcodes and PINs
Queen Mary Library Services provides access to a variety of electronic resources to its staff and students, many of them available off-campus.
The best way to access e-resources is via Queen Mary Library Services’ Library Search, which shows you the resources available, and when off-campus helps direct you through the authentication process to the material you need.
To access certain e-resources you will need your library barcode and PIN. Your library barcode number can be found on your student ID card underneath the barcode. It is a ten digit number starting with '023'. If you do not have an ID card you can find it on MySIS. You can reset your PIN using the PIN request form.
For more detailed information on how to access e-resources, including journals, books and databases off-campus please visit eResources news and help webpage.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many publishers have provided temporary access to some of their e-resources, the complete list can be found resources made available by publishers during COVID-19 page.
Subject-based selections of online resources such as databases, useful websites and other specialist resources can be found in Subject Guides.
If there is no electronic copy of the resource of interest to you, please complete a More Books form and we will endeavour to obtain access to it.
Alternatively, to request digitised items (such as articles and chapters) please visit our Inter-Library Loans page.
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Your primary and quickest means of contacting us for the time being will be email.
For general enquiries: email@example.com
If you need help finding resources for learning and research:
- For Humanities & Social Sciences subjects email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Science & Engineering subjects email: email@example.com
- For Medicine & Dentistry subjects email: library-SMD@qmul.ac.uk
For help with accessing e-resources and getting help with off-campus access: firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting help with research reporting and REF: email@example.com
For enquiries on our archives and special collections: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about the services and the support available during the Covid-19 outbreak, please visit our Library services during COVID-19 page.