Take a break from study
There are lots of ways you can switch-off and take a break from studying:
Spotlight on collection
Every month the Library curates a small 'spotlight on' collection. Previous topics include: the history of the NHS; Halloween; Black History Month; Mental Health Awareness, and many more.
You can view current and previous 'spotlight on' collections (expand the list to see them all).
The spotlight on collection is to the left of the Reading Room entrance, near the windows.
Reading well collection
This small book and DVD collection covers mental health, wellbeing, and other related topics. The collection is available to all students and staff.
There are four themes to the collection:
- Mental health (Shelf mark / Classmark: MH 1-36)
- Long-term conditions (LTC 1-28)
- Young people's mental health (YPM 1-33)
- Dementia (DM 1-35)
The books cover topics like stress, insomnia, depression, shyness, body image, IBS, chronic fatigue and OCD, to name a few.
Find out more about the university's mental health and wellbeing team.
The reading well collection is to the left of the Reading Room entrance, near the windows.
Leisure reading collection
Includes novels from Charles Dickens to Stephen King, Enid Blyton to Virginia Woolf, Philip Pullman to Roald Dahl. The collection also includes books on health and managing emotions, vampires, poetry collections and learning differences.
All are available to check out and take home “at your leisure”.
You can browse the collection online or search for a book below.