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Rosey Crow

Your Subject Librarian

Rosey Crow


Book a meeting for subject support

How can your Subject Librarian help you?

I can provide support with:

  • Searching - finding and accessing resources,

  • Evaluating - how do you ensure that appropriate resources are selected?

  • Referencing - an essential part of academic writing! 

  • Purchasing - is there a book you need that is currently missing from our collection?

With so many resources related to your discipline, it can be hard to know where to begin! The guide below introduces the different resources and services available through the library. But if you have any questions about the library, our services, or our resources you can email me with questions or book a 1-2-1 meeting

Introduction to the Library

A-Z list of subject guides

Subject librarians assist students and academics in all programmes across the university. We provide 1-2-1 assistance with finding information, evaluating resources and referencing. Many of the subject guides produced for other programmes will also be useful for you. The subjects below may be insightful when looking for resources:

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"Bristol Reads" ebook and audiobook collection

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BFI Player

Watch critically acclaimed classic, cult and archive films from the BFI National Archive

You need to register with your UoB email address via the student URL:

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Digital access to 7000+ of the world's most popular newspapers & magazines. 

Box of Broadcasts (BoB)

Watch broadcast TV - new and old programs and films that have been shown on UK TV.


Movies, documentaries, foreign films, classic cinema, independent films and educational videos

Suggest a book purchase

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Suggest a book purchase

If there is a book you would like us to buy, please fill in the form here.

Chat with us!

Chat with us

If you need general help, please use our chat service- look out for the red rectangle on the library webpages

or email us: General enquiries

or, for electronic resource assistance,