Computer Science Library
Location, opening times and contacts
The Computer Science Library is located at the Student Support Office.
Its services are available exclusively to current students and staff of the Department of Computer Science.
To borrow items from the Computer Science Library please come to the Student Support Office during office hours Mondays - Fridays. (Please note that requests for some items must be made in advance.)
The Borrowing page has more information about loan periods and limits.
Computer Science Library resources
- Course Unit Reading Lists
The Computer Science Library has multiple paper copies of all of the books which currently appear on the Department's reading lists (for COMP units only).   A collection of Computer Science books for background reading is also available.
- Background reading
A list of the Computer Science Library's collection of books useful for background reading on some of the subject areas covered on our degree programmes.
- Undergraduate 3rd Year Project Reports
Electronic format only.
Academic years 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20: all full-text reports and accompanying screencasts are available online.
- Theses / Dissertations
Computer Science PhD / MEnt / MPhil / MRes theses: a very limited collection of paper copies is available through the Department Library, plus electronic versions of some abstracts are available online.
Computer Science MSc dissertations:
Academic years 2007-08 through to 2014-15 inclusive: a full set of paper copies is available through the Department Library; their electronic abstracts and a small number of selected electronic full-text versions are available online.
Academic year 2015-16 onwards: electronic format only . All abstracts and some selected electronic full-text versions are available online.
Requests to borrow paper copies (where available) of theses / dissertations must be made at least one working day in advance. When requesting any thesis / dissertation, please provide full details of the author, title, and year of publication.