Did you know that the Library offers a Walk-In Users service, which allows members of the public to access electronic resources where licensing conditions permit? There are dedicated computer terminals located on Floor 1 and 2 of the Sir Duncan Rice Library. There is no access off-campus.
This service is only available when library staff are on duty and you are expected to do the searching yourself. Printing is not possible so bring your own memory stick to download material within copyright regulations.
|What you can do||What you cannot do||Who can use the service|
|The resources may be used for educational purposes only||Use for commercial or business purposes is strictly forbidden||Anyone who is not currently a registered student or employee of the University|
|Information may be saved to a memory stick||Printing is not possible||This can be a member of the public, a teacher or senior pupil from a local school|
|Within copyright law it is permissible to download 1 article from a journal issue or 1 chapter from a book||Multiple downloading is illegal and is carefully monitored by the database provider||An honorary or ex-member of University staff who has no University network access|
|Pass on the information to other users|
|Access other areas of the university network|
How to use this service
To register for the service, please visit The Sir Duncan Rice Library. You will need to provide photographic ID e.g. passport and verification of your address e.g. utility bill. You will be asked to read and sign Terms and Conditions and complete a registration form. An access pass will be issued and this, along with the membership, is renewable.
To use the service, please go to the Information Desk on the First Floor to sign in and you will be issued with a Smartcard to operate the dedicated Walk-In Users PCs.
What is available?
Access to many of the Library’s extensive range of full-text and bibliographic databases is available. Availability and access varies and please be aware that access is subject to strict licensing permissions and copyright law. The databases and e-journals are organised under the following headings:
- Cross Disciplinary
- Business, Law and Social Sciences
Help screens are available and many of the resources have tutorials.
Please follow the link detailed below for brief tips to use in conjunction with the tutorials on how to make the most out of them, along with full details of Terms and Conditions:
This link also provides details of the various suppliers and a brief summary of what they provide.
Any questions about this service should be directed to:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel.: 01224 273330
Mhorag Watson, email@example.com