Sackler Library
1
a

Starting your research: The Sackler Library

Our collection of books, DVDs and journals supports Art Histories modules across all programmes. Students can use the various rooms of the library to develop their research: whether it is searching academic databases for journal articles, writing an essay in the quiet study room, making copies in the periodicals room, or borrowing a book in the main library. Search the library catalogue to discover our collections.

Developing research skills

The librarian offers regular workshops on research skills, referencing and citations to all departments, starting with a course-specific library induction during the first week of term. Sessions coincide with Art Histories assignments, so students are supported throughout the process of researching, writing, and accurately referencing their written work. The library also holds a selection of research and study skills books.

Visiting other libraries

As they progress through their studies at the Art School, students are encouraged to make use of the wealth of outstanding specialist art libraries in London (including National Art Library at the V&A, Tate Library, Stuart Hall Library at Iniva, Wellcome Library), and are supported by the librarian in applying to use these external resources.

 

 

3

If the page is not loading correctly, please update your browser to the latest version.