This article summarises how Libraries & Collections can support you throughout your studies.

Important to know:
  • You just need your King’s ID card to enter the libraries.
  • No eating allowed, only lidded drinks are permitted.


For an overview of library services and resources - see the Library webpages, where you will find:

For in-depth library information – see the Library Guides 
Designed to help you navigate and signpost you through the platforms we use to inform and support our communities at King's. Use the menus on the left or browse through the boxes to find links to FAQs, e-learning tutorials, workshop sign-up calendars , and much more. 
If you are new to King's, see the 'Getting started' sections in the Library Guides that will get you up and running quickly with the library, with short how-to videos for our services and search tools, as well as our library tour information.



For online tutorials – see KLaSS on KEATS 

King's Learning and Skills Service (KLaSS) is a suite of online library tutorials and forums available 24/7. These will help you find academic materials for your topics and learn about referencing styles.  
Additional support for Disabled students 
Our library disability support pages have more information on how Libraries & Collections can support your learning. 



Need to ask us a question? Not sure about a service we offer?  

If you are in a library during our staffed hours, you can find a member of staff at our Information Point or around the libraries - you can spot us by our purple King's Lanyards or T-shirts.

You can also see our LibAnswers pages that have searchable FAQs created to ensure you get library answers quickly. 


If you need further library advice, you can speak to a librarian using our 24/7 Live Chat or email via



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