All the campus libraries have now re-opened, the health of students and staff remains our priority and we have been making careful changes to reduce risks and help keep people safe.
We have improved our online services, and it is expected that you will be able to access what you need working remotely. This includes access to our wide range of online databases, journals, ebooks and other online material - including digital content held by Archives and Special Collections
Due to licencing restrictions some resources are not available off campus – these resources will be clearly marked. We have made good progress working with publishers to make these resources available off campus wherever possible. Please access resources from ourA-Z list of databases and of ejournals, so that the King’s login box appears, and you are able to access the content.
If you are a NHS staff member you will need an NHS OpenAthens username and password to access NHS eresources. NHS Staff are now able to request journal articles where you would normally need a King's College London PC in one of our libraries.
You can find online tutorials on using Library Search to find books and journals around your subject. Find them in the Getting started with the Library section of KLaSS e-learning modules.
A booking system is in operation for all visits to the libraries, there are bookable slots for study spaces and to borrow books . You will not be able to enter a Library without a booking and these should be made at least one day before you travel to the Library.
At the Maughan Library access to browse the book collections is not currently possible, therefore at this library there will be a Reserve and Collect service, starting on 28 September.