How the Library can help you work or study from home
Due to the pandemic, face-to-face teaching has been mainly suspended, along with a move to more remote clinical consultation. To help you access Library services while working or studying at home, the measures below will be in place. Got a question? Email us.
The library space is open
The library at the Tavistock Centre is open to visitors again. Opening hours are 10.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday and capacity is reduced for safety. There are guidelines for using on-site library services, so please consult this web page before visiting.
We’ll still be supporting you online
We’ll still be supporting remote users online Monday to Friday with email enquiries or use our website chat box. If you have any queries relating specifically to your course, such as assessment or online seminars, please contact the Academic Hub.
You can continue to access all of our electronic resources in the usual way – you’ll find links to all our services by going to the Electronic Resources tab at the top of our website. Log in to services with your Shibboleth details, but if you have any problems trying to access a particular resource, please contact us and we will aim to resolve your query as quickly as possible.
Postal loans for print-only items
If you require an item that isn’t provided by the library as an ebook and is only available in print, email us with the author name and title. You can request up to two items per week to be sent to you by post, subject to book-borrowing limits. Postal loans are processed regularly but might be subject to delay due to on-site staff availability.
Please place items in the book return container just outside the entrance. Or items can be posted back using our Freepost returns label.
Information Skills Training
Our trainer Mathieu Lubrun will be giving lots of training sessions this term, most will have been already scheduled by your course tutors. However if you want a session that hadn’t been pre-arranged contact your tutor, you can try and get a group session arranged. Mathieu also delivers one-to-one training to disabled students if they should prefer this type of session and other one-to-one sessions can be arranged with Mathieu. Email the library about training.
Online therapy and supervision
We’ve compiled a range of resources to help you work remotely as a therapist or supervisor. See our Online Therapy and Supervision page.
Studying at home
Tips on how to get the most out of online learning: See our Study at Home page.
Advice, videos, podcasts and more to help you cope with the living through the pandemic. See our Mental Wellbeing page.
Free COVID-19 research resources
A selection of freely available services and material designed to aid research into the effects of COVID-19, plus other more general resources made free during the crisis. See our COVID-19 resources page.