Mary Seacole Library
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The Mary Seacole Library is a large library supporting the Health, Education and Life Sciences faculty, with a vast collection of books, journals, and teaching materials, as well as specialist subject support.
- A wide range of printed books, journals, and teaching practice materials supporting the courses taught at the City South Campus, in addition to our vast electronic resource collection.
- A variety of study spaces, including a large silent room, quiet individual spaces and group work spaces. Study rooms are available on a first-come first-served basis.
- PCs, loanable laptops and printing/copying facilities.
- Within the library, users have access to comb binding machines, staplers, hole punches, and guillotines.
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