We are always happy to help
If you have any questions about using any of our services then please get in touch with us.
Library Information Desk are located at both the David Hockney and Trinity Green buildings.
At David Hockney
You can find staff to help you from 9.00am everyday, these will be availble until 6.00pm on Monday and Wednesday and 8pm on Tuesday and Thursday and until 4.30pm on Friday. You can call us here using 01274088257
At Trinity Green
You can find staff to help you from 9.00am everyday, these will be availble until 5.00pm on Monday to Thursday and until 4.30pm on Friday. You can call us here using 01274088185.
You can email the library using email@example.com
with any questions you may have.
When we are available
You can find our full opening hours here.
Library subject guides
You can find more about Library support for your subject area by viewing our Library Subject Guides
These include information on key books and ebooks, journals and databases for your subject, plus links to study skills resources.
You can also find reading lists or recommended reading on these pages.
Find books from your reading lists using the library catalogue
Once you have a shelfmark it may also be a good idea to browse the books at the same number. Items covering similar subjects could be shelved near each other and you might find some useful books that may not be on your reading list.
You are able to borrow 15 items from the Library.
Where can I study
We have a number of areas for study at both the David Hockney building and Trinity Green.
We have bookable study rooms available at the David Hockney building.
The library has six bookable study rooms available on the fifth floor of the David Hockney building.
You can book these study rooms by contacting us in person at the David Hockney Library Information Desk, by ringing us on 01274088257
, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You are able to book a study room a week in advance.
Can I access online material?
As a Bradford College student you have access to a wide range of electronic resources
These are available to help you find information relating to your studies, from the full text of journals to online books and reports.
Most of our electronic resources are available off campus.
You only require your college username and password to access them.
If you need help using any of our electronic resources then please Contact your Librarian
Can I get help with Study Skills?
As well as providing course specific materials, we have a large collection of study skills books and resources.
You can find these in the Study Skills Collection which is near the study area on the second floor of the David Hockney building, we also have an online guide for Study Skills
You can also contact your Academic Liaison librarian
for more information on how we can support your needs.