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Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science: Home

Welcome!

This guide provides information about library and research resources for students and staff in the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
If you are new to the library, you may find our quickstart guide helpful.

Your subject librarian

Irene Bittles

Subject Librarian for the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Email:  i.bittles@qub.ac.uk

Please contact me, if you have any questions about the library!

Library Help

If you have a question about the Library, you can ask it via Library Help, our interactive FAQs service.

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Do you teach? See how we can assist with Library Support for Teaching.

Are you a researcher? You may find our guide on Open Access publishing helpful.

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Disability - additional support

The Library is committed to providing equal access to its resources and services for all users. Find information on:

If you have any questions or comments about the Library and its services, or suggestions of ways in which they can be improved, please contact us.

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Accessing e-resources from home

When you work from home, you may sometimes be asked to pay for access to an article or an e-book. If this happens, check if you can get free access via the library's subscriptions instead:

Learning Development Service

The Learning Development Service at Queen’s provides academic skills support to undergraduate students. They do this both on-course, as part of taught degree programmes, and via individual one-to-one engagement. Academic skills support offered includes guidance on time management, exam preparation, academic writing, referencing, academic integrity, and research.

They have also designed a Transitions Skills for University package (on Canvas) to support your learning and progress.