We have been working with lecturers over the summer of 2020 to switch to eresources for your modules and make them accessible directly through your MyReadingLists:
New to Reading Lists?
Find out how to look up your module reading lists in the Getting Started With the Library guide:
These online book collections won't be searched by Library Search but contain thousands of titles on a huge variety of subjects. Check each collection's description for details of borrowing procedures and limitations.
Don't forget: You can browse the full range of databases and resources with the A-Z databases list:
New to using ebooks?
You can find online tutorials on locating, opening and reading ebooks available at King's. Find them in the Getting Started With the Library section of KLaSS:
If a title in your reading list is supplied as a Kortext e-textbook (please ask your module leader for confirmation), the resources page linked below is designed to help you get the most from this versatile format.
The page features guidance on highlighting text, searching text, making notes, sharing notes, exporting references, together with information on how to use the mobile apps reader:
New to using KLaSS forums?
Make sure you're enrolled on KLaSS by using the link below:
Libraries & Collections provides a range of books and online journals to support your studies and research. All of our print books, and most journal articles can be located with Library Search:
New to using Library Search?
You can find online tutorials on using Library Search to find books and journals around your subject. Find them in the Getting Started With the Library guide: