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If you are studying a University of Worcester course at Dudley College, Heart of Worcestershire College or Warwickshire College, this page is for you.

 

Books and borrowing from The Hive

Your college provides key texts for your course.

You can also borrow books from The Hive.  To check which books we hold in The Hive and other libraries in the county and to view and renew your loans online, please use Worcestershire County Council Libraries Catalogue.

Your borrowing allocations are in the table below. You are welcome to use reference (red label) items within The Hive building.

 

University High Demands

(blue labels)

Other items

(no labels)

Loan allocation

3

12

Loan period

2 weeks

3 weeks

Return to

The Hive, or other Worcestershire County Council Library

The Hive, or other Worcestershire County Council Library

Charges for late returns

15p per day

15p per day

Reservations

80p

Collect from The Hive only

You will not be able to reserve a High Demand item is there is a copy of that item of the shelf

80p 

Collect from The Hive or other Worcestershire County Council Library

 

 

Access to eresources

You can access a selection of University of Worcester research databases from within The Hive only.

Journal articles are also available via Access to Research from within The Hive and other Worcestershire County Council Libraries.

You will need to book a space in The Hive in order to use The Hive research databases.  Email Ros or book an appointment before you visit, to discuss which databases will be useful for your research or to find out how to use the databases.

 

Referencing

The University of Worcester Short Guide to Harvard Referencing is available for learners studying with Dudley College and Warwickshire College.

Learners at the Heart of Worcestershire College should use their own referencing guide.

Advice and support with referencing using the Worcester style is available from the askalibrarian team

 

Contact

Ros Sykes


Ros Sykes

Partnership and Transitions Liaison Librarian
Email Ros
 

Ask me about how to search effectively, how to evaluate sources for academic study and how to reference your sources.  Contact me with any queries about our resources and services for students studying with partner organisations.