Library and Archives Service
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Go to the library catalogue (Library Search)
Limit your search to Bangor search and type the module code
Click ‘view online’ and from the next screen click on the official URL. You will be prompted to enter your Bangor Username and password before you can download the paper.
Seamless Inter Library Loans via our 'Library Search' system
If the Library does not have the item you require, and it is deemed essential to your research or study (note the service is subsidised by the Library and Archives Service and is expensive) we will try to obtain it as an inter-library request through the following process:
From the library catalogue http://library.bangor.ac.uk click on the Sign In link in the top right hand corner of the page.
To search for items not held at Bangor, ensure that you are searching under the Everything tab and click the tick box for Also show results without Full Text access under the Expand my Results limiter on the left had side of the screen.
Type in the title of the article or item that you are looking for. When the item appears, click on the In Library link and this should open up a link to request the item through Inter-Library Loan.
When you click on the Inter-Library Loan Request link an auto-filled request form will appear. Please ensure that the details of your request are correct
You will need to select which library you would prefer to collect your loan from:
Finally, at the bottom of the auto-filled form, you will find a copyright declaration statement that you will need to have read and agreed to by ticking the box. Submit your request by clicking the Request button.
If you are unable to locate your requested material in the library search catalogue, please send your request via email, giving as much details as you can of the item, to firstname.lastname@example.org
The e-shelf is a personalised area of the new Library Search interface, where you are able to store a list of books and articles and search strategies. Once you have items on your e-shelf the contents can be sorted into individual folders. You can also add personal notes to the item records, to help you keep track of quotations you’ve used or chapters you need to study, etc. The lists can easily be export into reference management tools such as Mendelay and Zotero. (NB: Your personal notes would not be exported).
To add items to your e-shelf from your search, click on the little star that appears before the title of your selected item and the star will turn gold.
You can view the contents of your e-shelf by clicking on the link in the top right hand corner:
You can view your selected items, create folders and export lists from here:
Please note: In order to access the e-shelf you need to sign-in to your library account.
Here are a few of the benefits you gain when you are signed in to Live Search:
You can also save search queries that you have performed, for future use. You do this by click on ‘Save query’ which is found on the top left hand side.
The search scope defines where the system should perform the search. A default search scope (tab) is set to search ‘everything’. However, you can change the scope of your search by selecting a search scope from the drop-down list.
• Library Search is a gateway which allows you to search across a wide range of resources and discover items held in our print and online library collections. These collections include print and online books, print and online journals. It also includes the contents of the University Repositories, which contain research outputs, exam papers and Doctoral theses.
• Articles is a gateway which allows you to search across an immense range of resources. In addition to the resources subscribed to by Bangor University, this search covers a vast range of full-text material available in the wider academic community. If you want to expand your search to include results that do not contain full text, use the ‘Expand my Results’ option on the left side of the screen.
• EBSCO Platform (included within Article Search)
When you run a search in Articles, your results will include articles from the Ebsco Platform. However, the Ebsco results will not feature in the number of hits shown in brackets.
It is not currently possible to refine the search results for Ebsco content via Articles. In order to run searches that can be refined, you will need to either search the full EBSCO Platform or search the specific database (all of which are listed in Bangor Search:
ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials (full-text)
Religion and Philosophy Collection (full-text)
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts
European Views of the Americas
eBook Collection (full-text)
Teacher Reference Center
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
Library Search, the University’s Library Catalogue is the key to finding resources in the Library. Library Search is divided into 4 search tabs, to find books, you should click on the tab “Bangor Search” rather than the default “Everything” tab. Type as much information as you have about your book into the search box including words in the title and the author name, then press search.
When you find the item in Library Search, if it is available to borrow, it will show a green dot and an Available at status with the location listed. Click on the In Library tab to view multiple copies. Note down the location and call number to help you find the book on the shelf. The location will tell you in which library you will find the book and in which section. The call number is the system we use to find the book on the shelf.
You can also limit your results to e-books only, by performing your search as above and then using the filters on left of the screen, Resource Type: Books and Show Only: Full Text Online
If you want to find items on a particular reading list for a certain module, you can do this by clicking on the Reading Lists link in the top right corner of Library Search and then typing in your module title or module code.
The link to the short introductory video
Please note: If your library fine exceeds £10 or you have an overdue recalled item (an item requested by another user), your books will not automatically renew.
Renewal requests should never be e-mailed, as we cannot guarantee to read your message in time to prevent overdue charges being applied to your account.
You will need to ‘sign in’ to Library Search to enable this feature