Learning Services

Find how we support your studies with our mix of friendly staff, specialist library, e-learning materials and technical support.

Supporting you.

Our extensive, specialist library collection is highly regarded by our students and has been tailored and developed to enhance your learning and research experience. We stock over 10,000 books and provide access to over 500 e-books, 7,000 online journals, medical databases, anatomical and other specialist software including full access to Anatomy TV.

The Learning Services and e-development team are located in the AECC University College library. We're here to provide you with the learning support you need for the duration of your studies.

Learning Services Team

We will meet you at Induction; our friendly staff will assist you in finding information and can work with you to help develop your digital literacy and research skills. 

Learning Services staff deliver teaching and training courses in a range of IT and Research Skills required for studying at University.  You can also get further help by popping in to see us or phoning or emailing the team.

We recommend you visit the Learning Services website where you will be able to view information about all the resources and course materials. It will give you more of a flavour of what you can expect from the team.

The mezzanine floor of the Library is undergoing a major refurbishment and by September 2017 will house an additional two new study pods where you can work in groups; plenty of desk space, those crucial power and charging points, comfy seating areas and a self-service kiosk.

With daytime, evening and weekend opening hours, plus a variety of group and quiet spaces, wi-fi throughout, laptops for loan and helpful staff on hand, the library is the ideal place for you to research and study.

All About LibGuides



LibGuides provides you with 24 hour guidance on subject specific material including but not limited to:

  • reading lists
  • access to journals
  • ebooks
  • databases
  • KnowledgeBase specialist software and other medical websites.  

Within LibGuides you will also find all the information you need on your borrowing allowance, returning, reserving and renewing books.  

Find out more, take a look at the LibGuides getting started guide at the below link:

Study specific advice is shared on the AECC University College LibGuides website, where you can view recommended reading lists by course:

Access to HE Diploma (Health Sciences) Reading List

MAsters in CHiropractic (MChiro) reading LIst

AECC University College Postgraduate Courses Reading Lists 

Common Questions

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