The ALCID Scheme is a co-operative venture between most of the higher education libraries in Ireland. It enables staff and eligible students to gain access to the collections of other participating libraries.
Application to all access schemes provided by Ulster University Library has been suspended until further notice due the Covid-19 pandemic.
The ALCID Scheme is a co-operative venture between most of the higher education libraries in Ireland. It enables staff and eligible students to gain access to the collections of other participating libraries. The Scheme does not permit borrowing. If you plan to visit a university library in the UK, you must use SCONUL Access.
For further details on ALCID, including a list of participating libraries, visit the ALCID webpage.
Who can use ALCID?
- Full time academics
- Academic related staff
- Registered students reading for postgraduate degrees
How to Apply
Complete the Application form and send it to:
Senior Information Assistant (Circulation),
Belfast Library Issue Desk,
Co. Antrim, BT15 1ED
The form can also be handed in at any of our issue desks - please have your University ID card with you when you submit the form.
Your ALCID card will be posted out to you.
Remember: When you visit a library, bring both your ALCID card and your University of Ulster card. The ALCID card provides access only, not borrowing rights nor access to electronic resources.
If you have any questions about the ALCID Scheme, please contact us using the details below.
Contact Information: ALCID Scheme Contact
Archives & Business Support Co-ordinator