At IBS, the University Library and Collections Services provide vital support for students, researchers and staff, complementing academic activities. We arrange access to the world of information – whether online, multimedia or in print – and the training and support to exploit it to the full.
IBS Library has various facilities and equipment including audio, video, Internet and online access to world leading databases. Library management system is also in place facilitating the students searching and locating books/journals in the library. Currently IBS has housed 4,000 books.
- Be considerate of other Library users – respect the rights of others to work quietly:
- keep noise to a minimum
- ensure your mobile phone is in silent mode or switched off when you enter the Library – if you wish to make or receive a call go to the Ground Floor;
- make sure that your media player cannot be heard by other people.
- Apart from bottled water, do not eat, or drink in the Library. you will be asked to remove any food or drink on your desk.
- Observe the rules and regulations concerning the appropriate use of IT.
- Library materials belong to everyone and you should treat them with respect. Do not write, highlight or underline in books, or deface them in any way.
- Treat Library staff with courtesy.
- Help you find the information you need for your work – from books, journals, databases, the Internet or other sources.
- Show you how to use the Library catalogue, and other online information systems.
- Help you develop information handling skills you need for lifelong learning.
- Help you to develop more effective study practices with access to a wide range of guides and individual advice from professional study advisers.
- Provide help in using Library equipment.
- Provide space for you to work quietly and in groups.
- Treat you with courtesy.