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Help and support

Our friendly and well informed staff are here to help you make the most of our resources.  We have a wealth of information and expertise within our service that can make studying at Middlesex a much easier and more rewarding experience for you.

If you would like to find the right material for your studies but don't know where to start, need help with using the computers and software, or would just like to know where facilities are located around the building - we can help.

Take a look below at all the help and support that we provide and get in touch.

How to guides

Visit our 'How To' section to view a selection of guides to assist you in your studies. There are a wide variety of guides available including information about how to borrow Library items and how to connect laptops to the University wireless network.

Library support for disabled students

Information on the various types of support we provide and useful links to other sources of help and  information are available on our page Library support for disabled students.


Access UniHelp Online's database of  frequently asked questions.

Specialist advice

Specialist advice is available to support you throughout your studies. Librarians are available to help you locate resources and IT specialists can advise you if you have software or computing queries.

Feedback and suggestions

If you wish to comment on our services and resources, please leave your feedback here. We welcome suggestions on how to improve our services in the future.

Who we are

Visit the Who We Are page to view the contact details of Library senior managers and other staff who can answer any Library queries you have. Staff can be contacted by phone or by email.

Library and IT policies

Guidelines and policies are available to ensure that everyone using the Library facilities has a safe and appropriate environment in which to study. These include guidelines about use of computers, food and drink and levels of noise in specific areas.

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