Our libraries at Canterbury, Medway and the Salomons Institute of Applied Psychology (Tunbridge Wells) contain study spaces and facilities to suit a variety of working styles, as well as access to books and printed journals.

You can access online journals and e-books through LibrarySearch which acts as a gateway to online resources as well as being the library catalogue.

We’re here to help you navigate collections, identify the information you need and develop the skills to succeed in your studies.

Top tips

Did you know?

  • You can book group study rooms in Augustine House using MyBookings?
  • We have subject specialist Librarians who can help you navigate library resources and collections?
  • We have modules on the Learning Skills Hub to help you develop the skills you need at University? You can work through these at your own pace, and they are written specifically for different levels of study.
  • We have subject guides and database guides to help you find information and use our resources? If you’re still stuck ask a member of library staff. You’ll find us at the Library Point or contact us by phone, email or live chat.

Your Feedback Matters

Every year as part of a wider annual student survey you will be asked how we can enhance your library experience. In 2021 75% of our final year students said in the National Student Survey that library resources had supported their learning well.

In addition the Library carries out its own user experience survey *:

  • 82% of our students are overall are satisfied with our Library
  • 100% of our students are satisfied with our Library staff
  • 92% of our students satisfied with our collections, stocks and resources

* % of 187 responses from our February 2020 User Experience Campaign

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Drill Hall Library - Medway
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