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The University’s three libraries are open 24 hours a day (helpdesk hours vary, please see the library website for details). Here’s how you can make the most of all the resources our libraries have to offer, both in person and online:
There are plenty of ways to access Library resources online if you can’t collect from the Library in person or if you need to use resources that our libraries don’t have a physical copy of. More than 900,000 electronic books and 130,000 electronic journals are available to you 24/7 wherever you have an internet connection.
If you need support finding resources, contact the Liaison Librarian for your subject who can help you find what you need.
KnowHow provides a full programme of academic support sessions throughout the year to help you succeed in your studies. KnowHow deliver a mix of online and in person sessions and topics include:
Find out more about our KnowHow sessions and book your place on as many as you like!
Writing@Liverpool is an initiative delivered by postgraduate tutors who have lots of experience in academic writing.
Book a one to one appointment with a tutor for support with analysing questions, becoming more critical, structuring your writing or referencing.
Stats@Liverpool is a free service to help you boost your statistical skills.
Book a one to one appointment with a friendly postgraduate statistics tutor for support in choosing statistical tests, using statistical packages and understanding statistical concepts.
If you have assignments, essays or dissertations to complete and you want to refresh your referencing skills, check out our Guide to Referencing.
If you need more support with referencing, contact the Liaison Librarian for your subject.
OverDrive is an ebook and audiobook platform for wider reading outside of academic subjects, which you have free student access to via https://livuni.overdrive.com/. We’re continually updating the collections and it’s a great wellbeing resource for you to use and enjoy. You can find more information about the platform here: https://libguides.liverpool.ac.uk/blog/Free-access-to-ebooks-and-audiobooks.
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The Liverpool Literary Festival returns this October
What does it take to get a book deal? Join Clare Coombs, founder of @LiverpoolLit, at #LivLitFest for an insightful discussion on how to secure a book deal and how to break into the publishing industry. 📚
Book your tickets: https://fal.cn/3sp6r
October is Black History Month, and we're proud once again to join the celebration of Black history, arts and culture throughout the UK. #BHM2022
Find out more about what's on and how you can get involved here: https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2022/10/03/october-is-black-history-month-whats-going-on-3/
We're pleased to have Liverpool-born academic, author & graduate, Malik Al Nasir join us at #LivLitFest to discuss his compelling memoir Letters to Gil, from a childhood in care, to a chance meeting with poet Gil Scott-Heron. 📚
Book your tickets here: https://fal.cn/3sn0D