Meet your Librarian – Lauren Elmore
Lauren Elmore is the Subject Librarian responsible for year 0 and taught postgraduate courses. She studied English at University of Leicester and has a MA in Library and Information Management from Loughborough University.
How Can I Help You?
You can book one to one tutorials with me to help you with your research or referencing, please contact me via email or you can drop into the library office (DS103) to have a chat!
I work Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm.
As a team, we also provide research and referencing drop in sessions to assist you in the run up to written work hand-ins, keep an eye on Instagram (@norwichuni_library) for times and dates.
On this page
Find out how to use the library & the range of material available to you.
Explore your reading lists, which contain material your tutors recommend you read to inform your practice.
Find further information and links to our online databases and journals.
And, if you want to explore further, there are links to subject specific course guides at the bottom of this page.
Any questions about the library and the support we can provide? Get in contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finding material and searching the shelves
The library has loads of resources for you to use. To find them you will need to use the library catalogue (known as Discovery). This 45 second video will show you how to perform a basic search.
Once you’ve found your books on the catalogue, you’ll need to find them on the shelves. This quick video will help you understand the classmarks and how to use them to find a book in the library.
More information on using and searching the library is available on the Library VLE page.
Beyond the shelves
We also have online databases & journals you can access with resources for all subjects taught at the uni. These include a searchable archive of over 2 million TV and radio broadcasts, access to BFI Films, statistics, images, OS maps and more.
These resources have both up to date publications on current thinking and movements alongside historical material to give you a snapshot of contemporary trends.
Below your reading lists you will find a selection of our databases and journals. If you want to explore further, click View More Resources to see our full selection.
Study skills books
Alongside your course books, we also have materials to help you get on top of your studies.
You can find more books by searching study skills on the catalogue. The university also offers in person and online study skills support from our study skills tutors. Find out how they can help you on their pages.