Can public use LSE Library?
Can public use LSE Library?
LSE staff and students can freely access the Library using their LSE ID card.
How many books are available in LSE Library?
|British Library of Political and Economic Science|
|Items collected||Books, journals, newspapers, maps, official publications, pamphlets, microforms|
|Size||4M books, 33,600 journal titles|
|Access and use|
Can LSE students use British Library?
It’s pretty easy to reach the Library, just take bus no. 59 or 91 from LSE and it drops you right in front of the library. Membership to the British library is simple, but can get a little bit complicated if you do not have the appropriate documents.
Can LSE alumni access online Library?
The LSE Online Library provides LSE alumni with free access to thousands of academic online resources.
Who can use the LSE Library?
The Library is open for the purpose of study and research to current members of the School and other groups and individuals according to the Library’s admissions policy. All users must possess a current Library card and show it on request to Library staff and Security.
Can Kings students use LSE Library?
King’s students and researchers can access other UK University libraries via the SCONUL Access Scheme. You can find out the latest information about eligibility, applying and participating Universities for these schemes on the SCONUL webpages.
How many books can I borrow LSE?
How many books can I borrow in total? LSE staff and researchers can borrow 50 books. LSE undergraduates and postgraduates can borrow 30 books.
Can Kings students use LSE library?
Do LSE alumni have access to the library?
LSE alumni are very welcome to use the Library. Visit the Alumni Centre on campus to get an access card for the Library and resources.
Can LSE students use the UCL Library?
As there are separate sections of the library for different subjects – you can enter other libraries that are still in the same building to get a change in environment. To get a UCL library pass, you simply have to go online and submit a photo of yourself and proof that you are a LSE student.
Can LSE students use UCL libraries?
Access arrangements for undergraduates LSE Library are currently not admitting UCL undergraduates.
How do I use LSE’s Library?
Use Library Search to search across the Library’s collections, including books, articles, and databases. Search and browse Reading Lists @ LSE – where you will find links to readings for your courses. Search the archive catalogue to discover LSE’s and the Women’s Library archives and special collections.
How do I find a reading list at LSE?
Search and browse Reading Lists @ LSE – where you will find links to readings for your courses. Search the archive catalogue to discover LSE’s and the Women’s Library archives and special collections. Read more on how to access archives and special collections.
How do I access LSE’s Archives and Special Collections?
Search the archive catalogue to discover LSE’s and the Women’s Library archives and special collections. Read more on how to access archives and special collections. Search LSE Digital Library to access our digitised and born-digital collections.
Where can I find LSE subscriptions?
Use Google Scholar to access a wide range of scholarly material, including LSE subscriptions (LSE authenticated link). Search Library Hub Discover, a combined catalogue of c.90 UK and Irish academic, national and specialist library catalogues. Search the National Archives of the UK.