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Getting Help

There are various ways to get help using the Library, including our handy Getting Started page, the extensive Library Subject Guides, the Library's Information Skills guide and other training material. You can also Contact the Library in a variety of different ways.

If you require personal assistance with any Library, or ICT-related enquiries while in your campus Library, please visit the Library Information Point. Staff can help you with passwords, finding books within the Library, using our online resources and resolving problems with your Library account (Library Information Points are open during normal Library hours).

Getting Help: The Library Help Service

The Library Help offers a chat service.  For a real-time response, use the chat button when available:

Alternatively, use the Library Help service's fully searchable knowledgebase to answer any queries you may have or submit your own question.

The Student Experience

ISD pages to help students, whether full-time, part-time or distance learners, to get started using Ulster University's information resources.

Digital Information Literacy

The Library aims to ensure that all Ulster students become digitally and information literate through the provision of effective learning and teaching opportunities. Further details including the Library strategy, guides and resources are provided.

Training & Workshops

The Library runs numerous training workshops throughout the academic year. All upcoming workshops are available to view and book via the Library training calendar. Details of individual workshops are listed.