Library representatives for each school/department are listed below (sorted by college and school).
Library representatives are generally members of academic staff who are key school or department advocates for the library. Working with the Library Engagement Advisor for your College, they act as a contact point for your School or Department and provide a channel of communication for library updates and developments.
Library representatives play an important role in collection development, including: acting as a conduit with Library Services for annual collections processes, coordinating requests for library resources for your School or Department, including authorising the purchase of interlibrary loans and books to support research.
The purchase of books to support teaching is done through the University’s Resource List system – the Library Engagement Advisor for your College will be able to help staff new to Resource Lists
For more information please see our page on ordering books.
English, Drama and Creative Studies
History and Cultures
Modern Languages, Music and History of Art
Philosophy, Theology and Religion
Engineering and Physical Sciences
Engineering (EESE, Mechnical Engineering and Civil Engineering)
Metallurgy and Materials
Physics and Astronomy
Life and Environmental Sciences
Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
Medical and Dental Sciences
Government and Society