If you are visiting the Bodleian Law Library for the first time then below are some things that may help you.
You need to have a valid reader's card to access the Library. This page give details on what to do to get a card and restrictions.
This page give details on where the law library is and how to get there?
The Bodleian Law Library is arranged over 4 floors mainly by jurisdiction with a few exceptions. There are many floorplans inside the library or you can see them here. On the main floor, as you come in there is an enquiry desk and there is always someone there to help you with any queries.
Where can I sit?
There are a number of different seating areas around the library, some are restricted to research students and members of the Law Faculty. The largest area that is open to everybody is the main reading room which is the large area as you come into the Library. If you are unsure then ask a member of staff.
What about online resources?
A lot of legal online resources are restricted to current OU Members. Ask a member of staff if you are unsure whether you can access them.
There is more information on the photocopying pages about where the machines are, prices and the PCAS payment system.
There are a number of areas with computers, more information can be found on the IT and Computing page. There is also information there about using your laptop and connecting to our Wi-Fi.
Please contact the Academic Services Librarian, Margaret Watson @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information or a introduction to the library.