Most Deaf Studies resources can be found in the Arts and Social Sciences Library. Other general education resources can be found in the Education Library in Berkeley Square. Use the Library catalogue to find the location of an item.
A collection of Deaf Studies videos and dvds is housed on the first floor of the Arts and Social Sciences Library. Videos and dvds can be searched for in the Library Catalogue. Viewing equipment is available and many items may be borrowed.
Materials to support Deaf Studies courses are available in the Arts and Social Sciences Library:
Theses are kept in the thesis collection in the Arts and Social Sciences Library, in a restricted area on the first floor and may be consulted within the library. Please ask at the Library enquiry or issue desk.
The Inter-Library Loans (ILL) service can be used to obtain Items not held in print in the University's branch libraries or available online. There is a charge for this service, though it may be possible to obtain an Inter-library loan voucher to pay for this:
MetaLib: your resource gateway provides access to a vast range of online resources, including databases, search engines, subject gateways, and selected Internet resources.
For help with searching databases, contact the Subject Librarian for Deaf Studies.
EndNote is the University of Bristol's recommended bibliographical management software, which can be used to collect, store, organise and manage references, and to output them as reference lists or bibliographies. A particularly useful function is 'Cite While You Write', enabling you to format Word documents, producing bibliographies and adding references within the text.
Updated 3 September 2012 by the University Library
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