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Covid-19 and Library services
Find out how the Library has adapted to Covid-19 so far, and keep up to date with our plans for re-starting our physical Library services and spaces.

Additional e-resources

During the COVID-19 outbreak a number of publishers are providing temporary free access to a range of their resources to support students.

Using the Library

Read our guide about how to use the Library remotely to continue to learn and teach

Find out how we’re managing your loans while the Library building is closed

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Find out about our Click & Collect service

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Library online courses

Find out about the online courses we offer for all students.

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Study Happy

Students! Check out Study Happy – Online! – our programme of virtual events to help you feel less lonely and introduce you to new activities and enhance your wellbeing.

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ALL - for everyone
All students - for all Warwick students
Postgraduates - for postgraduates
PGR - for research postgraduates
Teaching staff - for all teaching staff
Staff - for all staff

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The Study Blog connects you with information, support and the Warwick community. It’s about your study experience, the highs and lows, with posts offering tips on how to best navigate your studies.

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Did you know?

Due to Covid-19, physical Library spaces are not open as usual.

Our Click & Collect desk operates between 11am and 3pm, Tuesday to Thursday, for those who have pre-ordered print books for collection.

Library staff continue to work remotely to support you while you learn, teach and research, and our online services continue.

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Modern Records Centre

Be inspired by primary source material

The Modern Records Centre is an archive of primary source material relating to political, social and economic history.

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Warwick Research Publications

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