Welcome to Hartley Library. Getting into the library. Use your University ID/ Smartcard. How do I find out what is available?. Use WebCat or TDNet WebCat is the catalogue for all of the university libraries and lists resources held by them . TDNet is our e-journal catalogue.
Use your University ID/ Smartcard
Use WebCat or TDNet
WebCat is the catalogue for all of the university libraries and lists resources held by them.
TDNet is our e-journal catalogue
Level 1 (downstairs)
Level 2(entrance level)
Course Collection (items on short loan)
Found to the left of the Loans Desk
Geography books are mainly found in sections with letters G-GF, and also in QE.
Other subjects include:
Social Sciences, Statistics,
Official Publications and the European Documentation Centre.
Archaeology, History, Archives and Special Collections.
Some geographical material is held with history and archaeology stock.
Hampshire/New Forest material is held in Special Collections in the Cope collection.
Self-issue/ return units
You can use the Self-Issue machines found on Levels 2 and 3.
Self-return is available on Level 2 only, at the end of the Loans Desk, for you to return your books.
Use the Level 2 Self Issue/Return machines.
Follow the on-screen instructions and then place the items in the Red Book Containers.
Course Collection books
… should be returned to the Loans Desk or via the Self-Issue machine in the Course Collection area.
Self-service copying and printing.
On Level 2 corridor you will find Money loader machines where you can add credit to your electronic printing and copying account.
There are a variety of workspaces in the Library. On Level 4 there is a large open area with study desks.
For access to:
the internet, electronic journals, books and databases.
iSolution workstation computers are also available on other levels.
Levels 1, 2, 3 and 5
Group Study Rooms
Book these at the Reception desk for working in small groups.
Available in the library:
(At the entrance to the Library)
Subject Enquiry desk
ask here for help to find the resources you need.
There are touch screens on Levels 2, 3, 4 and 5 to help you locate books and periodicals in all the University libraries.
Assistive Technology Service (ATS)
Calls can be made and answered in the Entrance Hall on Level 2.
In the rest of the Library, please switch your phone off or to ‘silent’.
Levels 1 – 3:
Sit down to eat or drink
(on the right, main entrance)