Are you a new Postgraduate? take a look at our introduction to the SSL Video

Are you a new Postgraduate? To help you get started using the SSL we’ve created a short video which provides you with all the key things you need to know. Click on the image below to view:

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to get in contact with us. Ask one of our friendly staff at our Library Issue Desk for assistance, phone us on 271093, or email us.

More detailed information on how to get started using our library can be found here.

 

Are you a new Undergraduate? take a look at our introduction to the SSL Video

Are you a new Undergraduate? Navigating our library may seem daunting at first. To help make things easier we’ve created a short video which will provide you with all the key things you need to know to get started. Click on the image below to view:

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to get in contact with us. Ask one of our friendly staff at our Library Issue Desk for assistance, phone us on 271093, or email us.

More detailed information on how to get started using our library can be found here.

Welcome to all our new readers: here are some sources of help for using the SSL

Welcome to all our new readers. The SSL staff are happy to help with any queries you may have. Talk to us in person at our Issue Desk or you can contact us via phone (01865 2-71093) or via email.

getting started NEW

Take a look at our Getting Started webpage for all the key information you will need to get started using the Bodleian Libraries.

We also have some new Introduction to the SSL videos aimed at new Undergraduate and Postgraduate students, which can be viewed by clicking on the pictures below:

Welcome to all our new readers

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Welcome to all our new readers. The SSL staff are happy to help with any queries you may have. Talk to us in person or you can contact us via phone (01865 2-71093) or via email.

getting started NEW

Take a look at our Getting Started webpage for all the key information you will need to get started using the Bodleian Libraries.