Welcome to Bradford College Library
We hope you find this guide useful during your time at Bradford College.
Get in touch if you would like any more information about anything to do with using the Library or for details on how we can help you with your studies.
Find books from your reading lists using the library catalogue. It is also a good idea to browse the shelves, as similar subjects are shelved near each other and you can find useful books that may not be on your reading list.
We have areas for quiet study in the library. You can also book single and group study rooms at the Library Information Desk, or call 01274 433112. You also can book these up to one week in advance. Rooms can be booked for up to 2 hours.
As a student at Bradford College you have access to a wide range of electronic resources 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 will need your college username and password to access them.
If you need help using any of our electronic resources then please Contact your Librarian.
As well as providing course specific materials, we have a large collection of study skills books and resources.
Click here to view our Study Skills pages, or contact your Academic Liaison librarian for more information on how we can support your needs.
Your College ID card is also your Library card.
As you need your College card to come in to the building all you need to do is visit the Library on the 2nd Floor of the David Hockney Building.
You may be asked for your Student number, this can be found above the barcode on the left of the College ID card.
If you have any questions about using any of our services then please get in touch with us.
The Library Information Desk is on the 2nd Floor of the David Hockney Building.
This is staffed Monday to Thursday from 8am until 8pm and on Friday 8am until- 5pm
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.