This page contains information for students on Summer Schools and programmes which do not have Bodleian reader cards. There is a separate page for OUSSA students.
Your library card
Your course may have pre-registered you with the Library and you will have a library card and guide in your course pack. If you don't have a card, please come to the Library and we will register you and give you a card. Your card will be valid for the duration of your course, and will enable you to borrow up to 6 books at a time. Please note that your card is only valid for the Rewley House Continuing Education Library.
As well as the Library's print collections, you have access to the University's extensive collection of electronic resources using the Library PCs or via Bodleian Libraries wi-fi in the Library and Reading Room. Please ask library staff for a password, and if you would like help to find and use electronic resources.
Photocopying and printing
Please ask the library staff if you would like to photocopy or scan, charges apply. If you would like to print from electronic resources in the Library, please ask the library staff. Charges apply.
The Library has 6 PCs for accessing SOLO, the library catalogue, and electronic resources. You need to log on to PCs using your library card number, please ask the library staff for a password. There are also 2 quick look up terminals for checking SOLO, you do not have to log on to these.
The Reading Room adjoining the library entrance area is open from 08.00 - 22.00 every day. You are welcome to take books from the Library into the Reading Room. You may take laptops, tablets etc into the Reading Room which is equipped with power sockets (on the floor) and Bodleian Libraries wi-fi. Ask the Library staff for a password for wi-fi and/or using the Library PCs
Your reading list
The Library aims to have at least copy of each book on your main course reading list provided that we have received a copy of the list. Please note that the Library does not always receive supplementary lists handed out at the start of the course. Please ask the library staff if you would like help to find the items on your reading list.
Researching your topic
You can use SOLO, the library catalogue, to search for both books in the Library and electronic resources. Please ask the library staff if you would like help to use SOLO.