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The University is providing study space for students who require access to study spaces or IT resources that they cannot access from home.
Students who are able to study from home or in their accommodation should do so and avoid travelling to campus.
Both the Harold Cohen Library and the Sydney Jones Library are open 8am – 11pm, 7 days a week with limited availability. You should only visit the Library if it is essential to do so and you must book a study space before you visit.
Opening hours are subject to change in response to any changes in circumstances or new guidance that we receive.
Students will be able to book up to 30 hours per week(Sun-Sat) in the libraries.
Spaces can be booked up to 48 hours in advance and will only be made available on the booking system 48 hours before.
First time users are required to register on the platform with their first name, last name, and university email address
ClinicalKey Student (formerly ClinicalKey Medical Education) provides digital access to cross-searchable medical and dentistry textbooks, images, and videos. Users also have access to a range of study tools, including the ability to annotate, make notes and access the books offline.
A database of indexed and full-text education literature and resources; an essential tool for education researchers of all kinds.
It provides access to education literature to augment education by facilitating the use of educational research and information to improve practice in learning, teaching, and educational decision-making. Coverage: 1966 to present.
A platform of peer-reviewed literature built on quality, interdisciplinary research. It helps find answers to research questions, and gain insights into trending research topics.
Note that there are some titles that we do not subscribe to. Journal coverage is from the first volume for most titles, but just from 1995 for The Lancet and a few other Academic Press titles. We have access to Elsevier's 'Freedom Collection' titles and a few subscribed titles outside of this collection. We have full text access to the 2000-2008 Veterinary Medicine collections. ScienceDirect also hosts ejournals for other publishers, but we do not have access to those (e.g. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Psychological Association, Anderson Publishing Ltd, CRC Press).
Acland's Video Atlas of Human AnatomyThis Video Atlas is a human anatomical learning tool, which enables a three-dimensional look at anatomy. The images are video recordings of real human anatomic specimens.
The resource consists of five volumes, which can be divided into the following subject areas: upper extremity, lower extremity, trunk, head & neck, and internal organs. The content can be searched by anatomical regions and parts, as well as by the A-Z index. Throughout each program there are review sections that let you test yourself.
Anatomy.tvThis resource features 3D computer-generated models of the human anatomy.
The information in Anatomy.tv is divided into sections, such as 3D Atlas, 3D Real-time, Functional Anatomy, Clinical Specialties, Therapy, Language Editions, Other Products, and Quizzes and Activities. Users may manipulate the images by rotating, zooming, and peeling away layers, while viewing the accompanying text.
Visible Body provides a comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body. Access Visible Body via the desktop link if you are using a PC or Mac. See the information box on the Learning Resources tab for app details.
Skin Deep is led by the international medical education team, Don’t Forget the Bubbles (DFTB) and the Royal London Hospital (RLH). The aim is to develop a free, open-access bank of high-quality photographs of medical conditions in a range of skin tones for use by both healthcare professionals and the public.