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King's Libraries offer a huge multidisciplinary information resource base including over 1.2 million printed books and ebooks; more than 60,000 journals, reference tools, statistical data, official publications, maps, music scores, multimedia resources, photographs and manuscripts, as well as Archives (5 million items) and Special Collections of international standing.

There are six campus libraries providing information resources relevant to all the subjects taught locally. In addition we have a range of unique material available in our Archives and Special Collections.

On and off-campus access to electronic resources including library catalogues, bibliographic and full text databases, ejournals, ebooks.

Find out more about finding and borrowing books





King's Image Library

Archives are the business owners of the university's Digital Asset Management System (Celum) which manages King's Image Library. 

This is the central repository for images, artwork and videos that the university owns, produces or commissions. It includes images used for current business and older images that have historical value.

Find out more about how to use the King's Image Library


Online Exhibitions

Online exhibitions

Highlights of the College's uniquely rich and growing collections of more than 5 million archives.