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Training Sessions for Post Graduate Students

The following training sessions are being advertised by the Library and Archives Service for all Postgraduate Students. To book a place on any of the following please email giving you name and School and indicating which sessions you would like to attend,

Getting Published

Session 3 - Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences – 28th August 1-3pm - New Arts - Room 326
Session 4 - Sciences – 29th August 1-3pm Thoday G2

Research Data Management

Session 5 - Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences – 18th September 1-3pm - New Arts - Room 326
Session 6 - Sciences – 19th September 1-3pm Thoday G2

Library Summer-time opening

The Library is now open Summer-time opening hours.

Main Library:

Monday - Friday 9.00am - 7pm

Saturday 12 - 5pm

Sunday - CLOSED

Deiniol Library:

Monday - Friday 8.45am - 7pm

Saturday 12 - 5pm

Sunday 12 - 5pm

Normal Site Library: (From June 20th)

Monday - Friday 8.45am - 5pm

Saturday - Sunday CLOSED

Wrexham Maelor Library:

Monday, Thursday, Friday 9.00am - 5pm

Tuesday, Wednesday 9.00am - 8pm

Saturday - Sunday CLOSED

We’d love to receive your comments regarding 24/7 opening, and what it means to you. Please e-mail or send us a tweet @BangorUniLib using the hashtag #LoveBangorLib24Seven or visit our Facebook page.


Empowering Women in Times of Austerity
(Council Chamber corridor)

This exhibition celebrates twenty years of the Women’s Studies MA at Bangor University. “Empowering women in times of austerity” is the Welsh Government’s theme for International Women’s Day 2014.

Archival material held at Bangor University was chosen to reflect the participation of local movements and societies, which have promoted women’s rights in the past, along with the challenges and opposition they have met and overcome. Themes of suffrage, education and the war are all represented.

Find my Past [Poster]

Thanks to the Bangor Fund Benefactions Group, the Archives Department can now offer free access to Find My Past.

 This perfect resource for genealogists can be used in conjunction with our original manuscripts.

Contact the archivist for further details.

Visitor Access to E-Resources

Bangor University now offers visitors access to a selection of subscribed Electronic Resources subject to registration*. Due to agreements we hold with publishers this use can only be for the purpose of education, teaching, distance learning, private study and/or research. [More]


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