Brunel Library provides printed and electronic resources to support teaching and research within the University. Specialist library staff work with each academic school to ensure that appropriate resources are provided for all areas of teaching and research. The library is within the Bannerman Centre, which sits right at the heart of the campus. The library includes not only an extensive book and journal collection, but also PCs for general access, group study rooms, a training room for hands-on information skills teaching and a state-of-the-art Assistive Technology Centre specifically designed to help disabled students make the most of library resources. The Library is open seven days a week during term-time. In addition to the physical library there is a growing virtual library of electronic journals and databases available through the internal library website. Brunel staff and students can also request material from other libraries and take advantage of reciprocal arrangements with libraries in the London region.
|2013||Putting library content into Facebook||Parsons, G|
|2007||Brunel University Research Archive – a year in the life of an institutional repository||Murtagh, J|
|2006||Benchmarking and library quality maturity||Wilson, F; Town, SJ|