When you search the Library catalogue for the item that you want, the book record will display a shelfmark that tells you where the item is shelved.
The shelfmark will look like this: 006.6/LAN
The shelfmark is based on the Dewey Decimal Classification scheme and is displayed on the spine of the book. The numbers denote the subject of the book and the letters are the first three letters of the author's surname. The Library catalogue will also tell you what floor the item is located on.
Every academic unit will have a reading list with the details of the key books and journal articles you should read. You can access the reading list via the unit on Brightspace.
Use the links below to connect with the catalogue and the correct floor of the Library for this subject
|Some subjects relevant for this area are:||Shelfmarks|
|Communications and Technologies||384|
|Journalism, Publicity and Newspapers||070|
|Literary History and Criticism||809|
|Research in Mass Media||302.23|
|Writing for Publication||808.025|
Use the Catalogue to search for books, ebooks, journals and multimedia. The catalogue does not search the content. Please use mySearch for this or go to the ebook collections.