Where ever in the World you are from, you are now part of the Newcastle University family.
This means you have access to four libraries with amazing online/print resources and of course….helpful library staff.
Now you are living and studying in Newcastle you will often hear the Geordie accent. It’s not always the easiest to understand! Do you know your Geordie phrases? There is a handy guide to help you become familiar with some of our more colourful phrases. Why not follow this link to understand our local dialect.
Links to help you get started
- Our INTO Student Guide will help you get started with the skills and resources you need to study at Newcastle University. Explore essential library resources, including books, ebooks and journal articles and find your way to the best specialist resources for your chosen subject area.
- Are you ready to search for information? Have a look at this library video to help you find the best resources to use for your academic work.
- Correctly referencing the information you use and concerns about plagiarism are common for many students. Visit our Library Managing Information guide to find tips and advice for your referencing.
The University has a subscription for the referencing software EndNote. You’ll find information about EndNote and teach yourself resources on our EndNote Library guide if you anted to give it a try yourself.
- ASK: Academic Skills Kit. Visit the University’s suite of online resources designed to develop your academic skills.
Help and Support
Please remember we are here to help you and you can contact us at any time, day and night, via Libraryhelp.
Beyond the University, there are some great local libraries which you can visit and use for free. Find out about other libraries in the area by visiting the Library website.