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Our Libraries

Students: For full access to Library information and resources, login to the Library Organisation on https://my.bucks.ac.uk.

The library service is here to offer students a wide range of learning resources including:

  • Full text online and print journals
  • Print and e-books
  • The Bucks Knowledge Archive - a digital repository of research output from Bucks

All of the above are indexed in the:

This enables users to search full-text online resources as well as the catalogue.

On the High Wycombe Campus the Library has four floors with computer access, Wi-Fi and study areas, including a silent study area. At Uxbridge we have specialist resources for our health and nursing focused students.

Your Library Account
Use the above link to review or renew your borrowed items. Or select the My Account tab on the library catalogue or scroll to the bottom of the LibrarySearch page.

 

We have created a range of short instructional videos to help you to utilise our library resources fully, please see these videos on our YouTube channel.

Library use and access
The University libraries are not open to members of the general public, only users with bona fide need to use the library will be provided with access. For more details please see our external library users page.

Children
Please note that only in exceptional circumstances may a student be allowed to bring their own children, or children in their care on to the University for such things as returning/renewing a book or submitting an assignment. So long as the child is signed in at reception as a visitor, to identify that they are on the premises, are under constant supervision by a parent or guardian and do not impede the work of others.

Policy on the Admission of Children to University Premises (pdf format)

Contact us

High Wycombe library
library@bucks.ac.uk
01494 605 107
Uxbridge library
uxlib@bucks.ac.uk
01494 605 137
Inter-library loan enquiries
ill@bucks.ac.uk
01494 605 107
Journals enquiries
journals@bucks.ac.uk