Libraries & Collections are committed to supporting our learner communities to the best of our abilities. We do this in different ways across a number of platforms, like Library Guides, KEATS and LibAnswers FAQs, Each platform has its own purpose:
These give a quick overview of library services and resources, where you will find:
Our Library Guides (like this one) are designed to help you navigate and signpost you through the platforms we use to inform and support our communities at King's. We have Library Guides that are specifically focused on different subjects and that can be used to help you choose and access relevant resources and support for your subject.
King's Learning and Skills Service (KLaSS) is a suite of e-learning tutorials designed to support learners to:
Library Search provides access to an extensive collection of resources to support your studies comprising books, ebooks, ejournals, newspaper collections and databases. It includes digital content held by Archives and Special Collections.
All libraries have self-service machines for borrowing books. To return books, please use the return boxes located outside the library spaces.
Laptops are available to borrow for up to 72 hours at a time. For more details, click on the LibAnswer FAQ below:
Details how to access the Interlending and Document Delivery service directly from Library Search in order to request materials we don’t have in our collections.
The Disability Support department provides and coordinates support to staff and students throughout the College. The Disability Support department's webpages below have contact details for their staff.
Looking for details and instructions when physically accessing different buildings at King's? Click the AccessAble link below and choose the campus you'll be using.
Documents are available in a range of formats. For more details and information about accessible formats, inter-site books requests, software, equipment & our ten Assistive Technology Rooms (ATRs) spread across the six King's library sites: