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Speech and Language Therapy: Welcome

Accessing library resources online

Please note that from 25th November you will need to use MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) to log-in to iCity, Office 365, Moodle, BCU email and library resources. All key information about the changes for students can be found at


For the latest BCU Libraries news and updates related to the Coronavirus, click HERE

We have created some additional Libguides to support you: to make the most of studying away from campus; to help you improve your literature searching; and for those of you who may be joining or returning to health care settings during the crisis

Making the most of this subject guide

Academic courses can be hard work and time consuming. This guide is designed to make the information searching aspect of your course as straightforward and productive as possible. Remember:

  • The world of information is a big place
  • You need the best information available, not the first thing you find
  • The Library is here to make your life easier, not more complicated
  • You can only get help from the Library if you ask us!

The more you know about the services we offer, the easier your life will be. Use this guide to find out all that we do, and take advantage of these services. The more you know, the more you can use us.

Upcoming Workshops & Events


Collection Management Librarian

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Graham Gamblin
0121 331 6098
Collection Management Librarian - purchasing books, journals and e-resources

Learning, Teaching and Research Support

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Andrew Sayer

0121 331 7030

Book a tutorial with me here. I teach how to use online resources and can help with research skills

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