We know students are short on time and when the going gets tough, learning new stuff about the library is one of the first things to get shelved for another day (or week, or lifetime).
On this page, we've gathered together the most essential and important information you'll need to know about us to get through your degree.
These videos and instructions are short and to the point, but you can use the other tabs in this guide to explore our services in more detail whenever you like.
In the Group Study Zone, you'll find a space for drop-in support. We have scheduled sessions for library skills, academic skills and maths/stats help running here.
See the Drill Hall Library events page for up-to-date details about upcoming drop-ins.
Please contact your subject's librarian or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your queries. Or Tweet the Drill Hall - @drillhalllib. Or contact us via Facebook. We will try to answer your query by email/Twitter/Facebook, but we can also offer online tutorials, which will allow you to share your screen with us.
We will cover enquiries as a team and we are very keen to help you.
In addition to the support provided by your university, Medway students from all 3 universities can book online appointments with Clare Chambers. Clare is a Royal Literary Fellow and a published author, who can help with academic writing. To book an appointment, email email@example.com - appointments are available on Mondays and Tuesdays.
We offer drop-in support on various skills - see the Medway Skills Corner box on this page.
The librarians offer a lot of teaching and training as part of the courses run at the Medway campus. Academic staff and course reps can contact their librarian to arrange this. We teach about finding, evaluating and managing information in different forms. See the Learning and Teaching Support Offer for more details.