Copy and Print
General advice about how to credit your account, send print jobs to the managed print service machines in colour and black & white.
Instructions how to photocopy various document types using the copy and print machines.
How to scan to your University mail, account storage or USB memory stick.
Help and enquiries
You should use the Ask a Librarian service to send queries about Library services and resources, information skills and Research Services to library staff.
This page lists library staff supporting research, study and teaching for staff, students and visitors at the University of Bath.
Document Delivery Services
The Library offers a request service for copies of journal articles and book chapters from our print collections. These are scanned and then sent to your University email address.The service is open to all students and staff of the University of Bath and to External Members of the Library.
Members of the University can use the Inter-Library Loans service to request items such as books, journal articles, theses, conference proceedings, reports, standards and patents for your work.
The University subscribes to the Copyright Licensing Agency's (CLA) Higher Education licence. This grants library staff permission to make digital copies of articles and chapters for embedding into your Moodle course(s)/Library Lists as long as the material meets the terms of the Licence.
Advice for Library users about borrowing, returning, renewing loans and reserving items from the Library with information about checking your borrower account.
How to get a new or replacement University of Bath library card to join the Library.
Advice about the fines charged for the late return of University of Bath Library items and methods of payment available.
Link to a video demonstrating showing how to borrow items using the self-issue machines.
Support University researchers to publish your work in line with open access policies to increase visibility and impact.
Provides advice on writing Data Management Plans, organising, storing, archiving, and sharing your data.
Supports researchers and Departments/Schools in accessing and interpreting publications, citations and collaboration data.
The Library maintains collections of unique, unpublished and rare, published materials to support learning, teaching and research.
Aims to ensure that recorded information across the University is created, maintained and disposed of as effectively as possible.
Advice and procedures for higher degree students for submitting a print and online copy of your completed thesis to your department and the library.
Services for Users with Disabilities
This guide provides an overview of services the Library offers in support of students and staff with disabilities.
Subject Resource pages
The library provides a section for each department highlighting key resources and services that are most relevant to staff and students in the subject area.
- Architecture & Civil Engineering
- Biology & Biochemistry
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electronic & Electrical Engineering
- Mathematical Sciences
- Mechanical Engineering
- Natural Sciences
- Pharmacy & Pharmacology
- Politics, Languages & International Studies
- Social & Policy Sciences