Library News

News from the University of Surrey Library

How to access your reading lists

Did you know – your reading list is a good place to start when looking for online resources? You can access this either via your SurreyLearn module page: or from the Library homepage (just scroll down until you see the ‘Access your reading lists’ button): If you’re accessing your reading list via SurreyLearn, click on […]


Need academic skills and maths and statistics support?

Our dedicated teams are here to support you (from home!) Book a virtual 30 minute appointment online via our MySurrey pages: my.surrey.ac.uk/academicskills my.surrey.ac.uk/masa Appointments will take place using Zoom (which you can download from the Surrey App Store – but don’t worry, instructions will be provided if you’ve not used it before!) We’ll be able […]


We’re still here!

The Library building may be closed, but Library and Learning staff are still here! As we all adjust to a new way of working, it’s business as usual as we continue to support you in your studies from our own homes! Although our physical collections may be unavailable, did you know: Our online library is […]


Library closure

Following the Government’s announcement last night, the Library will be closed until further notice. For the online library visit library.surrey.ac.uk or for online academic skills study.surrey.ac.uk. For all other enquiries email library-enquiries@surrey.ac.uk #surreylib


‘Standing together’: The role of the Library in remembering the Holocaust

In the 75th year following the liberation of Auschwitz, this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day takes the theme of Stand Together. As the official website explains, it explores “how genocidal regimes throughout history have deliberately fractured societies by marginalising certain groups, and how these tactics can be challenged by individuals standing together with their neighbours, and […]


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