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Services for DL, apprenticeship and PT students: Home

Online support available for distance learner, apprenticeship and part time students

Learn around your lifestyle

Link to Libcal

Our dedicated teams can help you make the best use of our Library resources and provide further support sessions that can support essential academic skills (e.g. assignment writing, reading and referencing), searching for resources, assistive technology, maths and statistics skills and digital skills to name a few.

Support can be provided through online drop-inworkshopstutorials and LibChat. 

Access to resources, wherever you are

Link to Library Search

E-resources include electronic journals, electronic books and online databases. There are many thousands of articles and books available - and the numbers keep growing as new resources are added to our collections. Using our e-resources will guarantee that you are using quality information for your assignments.

if the book or article you need is only available in print in DMU libraries, you can request for it to be sent to you. See the Request Services page for details

Subject Guides

Subject Guides page

Select the subject guide most relevant to your area of study and what support, technologies or resources you need.

Overcome career barriers

Link to LinkedIn

LinkedIn Learning courses are available online free of charge to all DMU students and staff.  Use the courses to revise subjects of interest or learn new vocational skills such as staff management or project planning.

SCONUL Access Scheme

The SCONUL Access scheme enables staff and students from a university to access the libraries at other universities, closer to their homes.  This has real advantages for students studying at a distance.  If you are studying on a distance learning, apprenticeship, or part time course, you will usually be able to borrow items from other universities' libraries too.

See which universities are members of the scheme from the SCONUL scheme guide.

Employability, Careers and Placements

Link to Employability

This guide is aimed at all DMU students, whichever subject you're studying.

 It will help you to:  

  • Find books and articles on different companies, industries and general careers advice
  • Locate specific company and market research information that you can use in job interviews and applications to help you stand out from the crowd
  • Learn more about DMU initiatives such as employability mentoring, student volunteering and where you can find further support and guidance