Answered By: Eric Howard Last Updated: Jun 28, 2018 Views: 91
If you feel a book would benefit other students (for example, useful for a module rather than for a specific dissertation) your first point of contact will be your Library Champion. Whether it's a print or an electronic copy, your Library Champion can use their own dedicated budget to order a copy for the Library. The only restriction is that it has to be bought outright and it cannot be something the Library has to pay a regular charge for, such as an annual subscription. This means you wouldn't be able to request journal articles or journal subscriptions through the Library Champion scheme.
If you have a suggestion for a journal subscription, contact your Academic Support Librarian.
Alternatively, if you cannot find a book, journal article (if not already held in Library stock), DVD or other material we will try to get it, either by purchasing for stock, or as a loan from another library. The 'You want it, We get it' service is a free service for staff and students.
Please note there are request allowances for this service.