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Radiography, Radiotherapy and Ultrasound: Help and Support


There are a number of ways you can access help in the Library:

• Search our Frequently Asked Questions

• Visit one of our Library Help DesksThese are our drop-in help service points.

• Book a library tutorial with one of our Learning, Teaching and Research Librarians for more in-depth help

• Use our 24/7 online chat service if you are unable to come in to the library or you are a night owl


BCU's Libraries and their resources are at the heart of your studies. Here are some useful links to help your studies along

Need a book or journal article that the library doesn't have?

Having trouble finding full text resources for your assignments? Can't find a copy online?

You can use the Inter Library Loan service to try and obtain those hard to get resources.

Need help with IT?  Questions about printing?

You can contact the IT Help Desk at:

0121 331 6543


Studying outside Birmingham?  

Finding it hard to visit BCU Libraries?

The SCONUL Access scheme gives you the opportunity to use other University libraries.

What are we talking about ???

While we try to avoid it, sometimes we use jargon. If you don't understand what we mean, please ask. Alternatively, check out our library glossary

Too noisy in the library ?

Text security with "noise" and your location

and they will patrol the area:

07792 721749

Customer Services Librarians are available in Seacole Library. We offer drop-in sessions at the Help Desk on using the library resources, finding information, and referencing.






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