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If the library doesn't hold a book/e-book which you would like to read, or if you think there are not enough copies of a recommended text, please let me know. E-mail your suggestions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will consider every book/e-book purchase suggestion and, if appropriate, the book will be ordered for the library.
The Learning Development Service works with staff and students to enhance learning and develop students’ ability to learn. We provide a range of services to staff and students to facilitate this process, including online materials, workshops and one-to-one appointments with undergraduate students. We have a large library of online resources covering writing, planning, time management, referencing and plagiarism, critical reading and writing and exam preparation among many other topics, available at http://www.qub.ac.uk/directorates/sgc/learning/
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: