Facilities

The University’s modern facilities provide Bangor Law students with all the educational and technological resources needed at any stage of study, and staff will be able to offer help and support in how to make the most of these facilities.

Law Library

Bangor University Law School benefits from having its very own Law library which has received substantial investment from the University and other benefactors. Situated in the beautiful Lloyd Reading Room in the Main Arts library, the Law School has its own dedicated librarian, Mairwen Owen.

The Law Library provides printed and electronic sources to meet the needs of its users and is constantly developed to reflect the latest teaching and research activities within the Law School. These resources include reference, statutes, law reports, journals, textbooks, pamphlets, governmental reports, newspapers and online legal databases.

For those wishing to undertake more in-depth research at Masters or PhD level, the University Archives contain a wealth of historical material and a rich vein of primary sources.

Visit the Library and Archive pages for further information about all facilities.

IT and Computing Facilities

The University provides nine 24-hour computer rooms and over 1000 computers dedicated to student use. Should you wish to use your own laptop, wireless network areas are available in all libraries as well as many teaching buildings.

Every bedroom in Bangor University halls has internet access via the University network. Should you need any advice or help, the IT helpdesk will be able to assist you by phone, email or in person.

A wide range of specialist software is available in all University computer rooms, with much of this available from your own computer anywhere that has an internet connection.

Visit the IT Services website for further information on all facilities and services.

Blackboard

Learning support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by means of Bangor University’s extensively developed online learning resource, Blackboard.

A virtual learning environment, Blackboard is a powerful tool that supports and enhances students’ learning experience by providing access to course notes, articles, reading materials, spreadsheets, databases, Powerpoint lecture slides, discussion boards, announcement pages and much more.

Each degree scheme and unique module has its own dedicated Blackboard microsite. The vast majority of all essential material will be made available to students via this site, as will supplementary materials. Lively discussions on topical subjects relevant to specific modules can also take place in the Blackboard virtual seminar room.

Every module leader will make extensive use of this facility to enhance and support each and every student’s learning and development.

Printing and Photocopying

Black and white laser printing is available in all computer rooms, including colour printing in sizes from normal A4 to poster size A0.

Self-service photocopiers are located throughout the University, including just outside the Lloyd Reading Room and the Law library.

The Printing and Binding Unit offers volume printing and project / thesis binding, as well as a vast range of other services.

Students with Disabilities

The University can assist with applications for the Disabled Students Allowance, which will help students with disabilities to access the assistive technology and support needed to make the most of their studies.

Two specialised Assistive Technology rooms are provided for the sole use of disabled students or those with additional needs. The rooms contain computers running a range of assistive software, Braille embosser, Rainbow scanner, CCTV magnifier and height adjustable furniture. Additionally, a Braille printer is available in the Main Arts library – this can provide Braille output in both English and Welsh from any electronic text.

Visit the Disability Service for further information about University provision.