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You’ll find more than books at the Library. You’ll find resources such as online journal articles and ebooks available wherever you are and services to help you develop your information skills or your use of multimedia. The library also has a variety of study environments to suit your study needs.

To access Warwick Library e-resources, you can either follow the links from the Library website.

These links will usually take you straight to the Warwick Web Sign-on or the Library Login screens where you will need to enter your Warwick username and password. You should then be taken straight to the e-resource you selected with access to Warwick subscribed content. Access will usually be the same whether you are on or off-campus.

If you require further assistance in using the Library, please visit the Library help pageLink opens in a new window.

If you need help finding material for your study, please contact the Academic Support Librarian for History.

The Library - History Subject SupportLink opens in a new window

  • Floors 1 & 2: Helpdesk, Teaching Grid and Co-Creation space
  • Floor 2 Extension: Sciences
  • Floor 3: Arts
  • Floor 3 Extension: Arts, Wolfson Research Exchange
  • Floor 4: Education, Law, Government Publications and Statistics
  • Floor 5: Social Sciences

The Library also runs a range of online courses, all of which take less than an hour to complete and can be worked through at your own pace

Library Online Courses

The Modern Records Centre

As a Warwick student, you have one of the finest collections of modern archives in the country on your doorstep here at the MRC. They could help you make a genuinely original contribution to your field of study.




Welfare and Support

Research Course Regulations

Progression and Examination

Expected Participation

Personal Development

Funding and Travel Support

University PG Research Support

Student Voice