Lancaster University Library provides a range of services and support for teaching staff.
Find the key contacts for the following areas of support:
- Academic Services Team
- Research Data Management and PURE
- Research Bites
- Resource Lists
- Open Access
Academic Services includes both Academic Liaison Librarians and Learning Developers.
Academic Liaison Librarians offer subject-specific guidance on making the most of the resources of the University’s Library. They can meet with students and staff on a one-to-one basis as well as provide support by phone, email and Skype. See their individual contact details on the faculty Academic Services pages, or contact the whole team at email@example.com.
Academic skills development in each faculty is provided by Learning Developers. This includes support for academic writing, maths, effective study practices and revision. They offer individual support through drop-in sessions or by appointment, as well as through mentoring schemes and taught courses.
Research and Scholarly Communications Manager
Research Bites are short, informal sessions aimed at the research community at Lancaster University, which includes postgraduates, research students and staff. The aim is to deliver useful information, start discussions and answer questions for the benefit of anyone conducting research at Lancaster University.
Research Bites has been initiated by the Library, and our colleagues across the University are involved in suggesting topics and delivering sessions. For more information see our Research Bites blog, or for upcoming sessions see our Events Calendar page.
If you wish to get in touch about Research Bites, please contact Tanya Williamson.
We can provide assistance on Resource Lists by phone or email. If you are new to Resource Lists we are happy to visit you at your department to get you started on the system.
EndNote is the officially supported Reference Management tool at Lancaster. Please see our EndNote support pages for help, FAQs, connection files and more. If you need any help using EndNote, please contact Lorna Pimperton.