The University of Nottingham boasts 13 libraries across its UK and international campuses. Together they provide access to over one million books and journals and more than three million manuscripts. We also have more than 12,000 ejournal titles and 650,000 ebook items.
Library facilities include:
traditional silent reading areas
designated areas for group study
Four of the University’s largest libraries provide some of the most technologically advanced flexible learning facilities in Europe.
Membership is open to:
University staff and students
University Park Campus
The University Park Campus houses the Hallward Library, the George Green Library and the Denis Arnold Music Library.
Hallward Library is considered to be one of the UK’s finest library buildings. Its four floors house the arts, humanities, law and social sciences collections.
George Green Library of Science and Engineering has collections of biological and pure sciences, engineering and psychology.
Denis Arnold Music Library in the Lakeside Arts Centre has an extensive collection of musical scores and sound recordings covering classical, ethnic and 20th century classical music.
The Jubilee Campus has two libraries:
Djanogly Learning Resource Centre
Between them they serve the needs of the Faculty of Education, the School of Computing Science, the Institute of Work, Health and Organisations (IWHO) and the Business School.
Greenfield Medical Library
The Greenfield Medical Library, located in the Medical School, has a collection of biomedical, nursing and healthcare books and periodicals used by:
staff and students of the University
staff of University Hospital
staff of local NHS Trusts.
There are further medical libraries at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy, with sites at Derby and Mansfield.
James Cameron-Gifford Library of Agricultural and Food Sciences
The James Cameron-Gifford Library on the Sutton Bonington Campus holds materials on applied biosciences, veterinary medicine and science.
King’s Meadow Campus
The campus is home to the University’s Manuscripts and Special Collections, including extensive archives, rare books and the local studies East Midlands Collection.
A range of facilities including access to electronic resources and the ability to reserve items online are supported by:
For further information on library services at The University of Nottingham please visit the Information Services website.