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Workforce Development Library Guide

A guide to library resources for Workforce Development students

Further help and support

Contact your liaison librarians for subject specific guidance and help with finding resources for your course

WorkForce Development

Liaison Support Librarian
James Calvert jcalvert@sgul.ac.uk

Liaison Librarian
Anna El-Jouzi aeljouz@sgul.ac.uk

For all help, you can also contact the Liaison Team at liaison@sgul.ac.uk

Library guides:

You will find more guides to using the library in our list of Libguides.


Resource guides:

You will find more resource guides on the Help page of the library website.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I log in to my account on Hunter to view my loans, item requests, fines and e-shelf?

A: You can log in to your account at any time from the top right hand corner of Hunter.

I have lost or forgotten my SGUL network username or password, what do I do?

A: You can reset your password online or at the library helpdesk. The Student Centre on the ground floor of Hunter Wing can also help you in person or via email: studentcentre@sgul.ac.uk

Do I have to be in the library to use online e-journals, e-books and databases?

A: No, these can usually be accessed anywhere as long as you have your SGUL username and password

How do I access the Library's resources online such as e-journals, e-books and databases?

A: Go to the library homepage. From here you can use the Hunter search option on select the Databases box.

Do I have access to Wi-Fi internet access on my personal device in the library?

A: Yes, the Wi-Fi network is called eduroam. The username is your SGUL student email address. The password is the usual one that you use for logging into computers or the VLE.

How many items can I borrow from the library?

A: You can usually borrow up to 15 books at any one time.

How many times can I renew my books?

A: Books will automatically be renewed up to 10 times, as long as they have not been reserved. You can view your loans by logging into 'My Account' in Hunter.

How can I contact SGUL Computing Services?

A: You can email them at: ITAV@sgul.ac.uk and they will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.

What is Canvas and how do I access it?

A: Canvas is a VLE (virtual learning environment) which contains course material such as your student handbook and timetable. You can access it from the bottom of the library homepage. You will need your SGUL username and password.

You can email the team for help at: lts@sgul.ac.uk

This section is for feedback from library training sessions only. We appreciate your feedback and comments.

Please follow the link below to complete our survey. Your user category is 'Student - NHS Workforce Development'.

On-Call Librarian - Help at Hand

Are you looking for some extra help with referencing, literature searching, or finding and accessing healthcare information?

Our new on-call librarian service replaces the Research Enquiries Desk and is designed to offer a more flexible approach to in-person help. There is no need to book, simply visit the Library Helpdesk between 10am and 2pm (Monday to Friday) and ask to speak to the on-call librarian.

From the big questions to the little ones, our on-call librarians are here to help.

Unable to join us in person? Email liaison@sgul.ac.uk

Academic Success Centre

St George's Academic Success team provide one-to-one support with a range of study issues, including effective study strategies, writing academic assignments and English language help. 

We offer both in-person and online appointments. In-person appointments are held at the CIDE offices, on the 6th floor of the Hunter building. Online appointments involve a video or voice call via Microsoft Teams, which you can log into using your student email address. Use this link to book an appointment: https://10to8.com/book/sgul/

If you have a quick enquiry for us that might not require a one-to-one appointment, or if you’re not able to find a date and time that suits you, you can contact us directly using this email address: as@sgul.ac.uk. We check this email regularly and try to respond as soon as possible.

Finally, visit our Canvas space Study+ for self-directed resources to boost your study practices and help you succeed on your course.

Microsoft Office

MS Office Drop-in

Contact our IT Training Manager Fiona Graham (fgraham@sgul.ac.uk).

IT Helpdesk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Email itav@sgul.ac.uk.

See a member of the IT support team for advice or help with passwords, file management, virus protection, email, laptops, mobile devices, WiFi etc.