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The transfer of Jordanstown library resources related to undergraduate Health Sciences programmes is now complete. These books are now available to borrow at Magee campus library.

Library resources for post-graduate Health Sciences programmes will be available in the new Belfast campus library for the start of the 22/23 academic year.

Frequently asked questions

Please regularly check the recent update regarding Jordanstown and Belfast library moves for more information on the transitions affecting Jordanstown and Belfast campus libraries.

Why do the undergraduate Health Sciences books have to move?

The School of Health Sciences undergraduate programmes will be located at the Magee campus from September 2022. The books to support these programmes therefore need to move to Magee.

If I am in the Belfast area, how can I get access to these books after they are transferred to Magee?

Students and staff of Ulster University will be able to reserve these books online for collection in the interim Belfast Library (Block BD). Full details of library services in the Belfast area from June can be seen in the recent Library news item. Books can be reserved via the Library Catalogue.

What happens if I want to return a Health Sciences book?

  • A book return bin will remain in place at the entrance to the Jordanstown library until the end of August 2022.
  • Books can be returned to the interim Belfast Library in block BD after the 6th of June.
  • You may also return items to the campus libraries at Magee or Coleraine.

What happens if I want to request an item through the Document Delivery service?

  • Request items online via the Document Delivery request form.
  • Print items can be picked up from the interim Belfast Library location or the Coleraine and Magee Campus Libraries.

Where will the Health Sciences books be located in Magee Library?

These books will be located on the 2nd floor of Magee Library immediately following the R section. They will be clearly signposted, and staff will provide directions to you.

What help will be available?

  • The Life and Health Faculty Subject team will be available to provide help and advice on finding information resources and can be contacted via LHS Subject Team Contacts.
  • Staff at the Magee Library Information Point will also be able to help.

Will an introduction to the relocated Health Sciences book stock be offered?

Library inductions will be provided to all Health Sciences students.

What facilities are available to me at Magee Library?

The Library provides IT facilities and flexible options for study. Further details can be found on the Magee Campus Library page.


If your question is not answered above or for further information contact: Rosina Doherty-Allan, Magee Campus Library Manager.