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The University of Bolton Library

Academic Staff: Home

Services and Support for Academic Staff

The Library provides a wide range of support for Academic Staff at the University and it's partners. Find out how we can work with you.

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Resource Lists and Requests

Submit your Resource List and make other recommendations for acquisition by the Library.

 

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Academic Librarians

Your Academic Librarian is your key contact in the Library and here to work with you to support teaching, learning and research.

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Digitisation Service

The Library can make digital copies of print material for use on your Resource Lists. Find out about the terms of our licence and make a request. 

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Support for Research

The Library is committed to supporting and enabling open research. Visit our research support guides for guidance on UBIR, open access and more. 

Information Literacy

Effective research skills are an essential element of student success at University. Find out how your Academic Librarian can support your students. 

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Open Educational Resources

OERs are teaching and learning materials that are freely available online for anyone to use. Learn how to find, reuse and create OERs. 

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Training and Development

We provide a wide range of development opportunities for academic staff throughout the year. 


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All academic staff should have an awareness of copyright and how it applies to teaching and research.