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English and Writing: Other libraries

Sconul Access

 

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SCONUL Access is a reciprocal scheme which allows many university library users to borrow or use books and journals at other libraries which belong to the scheme. The scheme covers most of the university libraries in the UK and Ireland.

Sconul Access has now reopened following its shutdown during the height of the Covid pandemic. Please see link below for applying for Sconul Access

https://www.sconul.ac.uk/sconul-access

 

 

 

Theses from the British Library

The British Library is no longer supplying theses for loan in microfilm format and will in future provide them in digitised format via their Electronic Theses Online Service EThOS.

Searching involves a very quick registration process available at ethos.bl.uk.

Please see the EThOS FAQ's page for further information.

Inter Library Loans

Book shelves at the British Library

You can request books and journal articles that are not held in any of the Middlesex University Library Collections using the Inter-Library Loans Service. Requests can be made online via the following link for Inter Library loans.

 

British Library

British Library Reading Rooms

You may apply to use the reading rooms at the British Library at St Pancras if you are unable to resource your materials elsewhere. So, prior to your visit you must conduct a literature search and have investigated other methods of accessing items, also be aware that not all items are stored on site at St. Pancras, so check their online catalogue below.
The British Library Public Catalogue is at http://catalogue.bl.uk

Application forms to use the reading rooms are available from The British Library Website. 

If you require a journal article request this through our Inter Library Loans service, details on this page