As a student at Liverpool Hope you can join the public library to borrow from their physical collection as well as e-books. In addition you will have access to many business and law resources from Central Library as well as some branches. See Business Services for more information.
The following online resources are available wherever you have internet access:
Encyclopaedia Britannica Online
Oxford Dictionaries - language matters
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Oxford English Dictionary
Oxford Language Dictionaries
Oxford Reference Online
Times Digital Archive
For immediate access to these resources you must register online as follows:
Go to Liverpool Public Library
Click on Read Liverpool from the toolbar under the banner image
Select Register from the top toolbar
Click on No. Join up to use Read Liverpool now (unless you already have a library card, in which case go for the Yes option)
Complete the form (you may use Liverpool Hope's postcode - L16 9JD and Building number 1 if you live beyond Liverpool City Council threshold)
The Athenaeum is a subscription library located in Liverpool founded in 1800. The library has 60,000 items in stock and consists of a reading room, news-room, a Committee room containing rare items and the famous William Roscoe collection. The collections mainly cover history and literature.
To become a "Friend" of the Athenaeum library you need to complete an application form. The application needs to be sponsored by a tutor or head of department at Liverpool Hope University.
Membership is free, but each visit costs £10 (please contact the Athenaeum Library directly if you need to make several visits).
To arrange a visit telephone 0151 709 7770.
For more information please contact your Faculty Librarian.
T: 0151 709 7770