Our main campus library, the Kimberlin Library has four floors offering a range of individual and collaborative study spaces, fixed IT and loanable laptops. Use the Kimberlin Library Trail as a guide as you walk around the building, or have a look before you come and visit us to see where everything is located.
The Law Library houses print collections to support teaching in the Law School. The general study areas (including syndicate rooms) and silent study area are open to all DMU students and staff. The LPC Library and Law Library IT Room are only accessible to students from the School of Law.
The Eric Wood Learning Zone is open to all DMU staff and students. It has a mixture of PCs, AutoCADs and MACs for individual study and is home to our Commuter Student space. Lockers are available for day use. The Greenhouse has PCs and printing open to all DMU staff and students. Eric Wood Opening Hours & Location / Greenhouse Opening Hours & Location
The aims of the Drawing Centre (DC) are the development of students’ visual learning and communication (look, see, record); using drawing to explore ideas in visually-based programmes and as a host location (physical/virtual) for developing artists to engage with their creativity. The Drawing Centre is open Monday-Friday 9-5 and is located in the Mill Studio
The table below shows IT provision across the 4 library spaces