Site & Subject Locations
Our libraries offer a range of flexible study environments to suit individual and group needs, including collaborative work areas, social areas and quiet study areas. We also have meeting rooms.
There are four site Libraries, each with its own subject coverage. It is possible that you will use more than one of our Libraries in the course of your studies.
Contains material on the arts, languages, humanities, social sciences, and music. Also contains the Archives and Special Collections.
Number of reader spaces: 324 (seating) 45 (with PC provision)
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- Copy, print & scan facilities are placed throughout the library, please enquire at the library customer service desk.
- 2 bookable rooms available
- Students who have a PLSP in place can use the Assistive Technology room, which is located to the left of the customer service desk.
- Toilets with disabled access are situated on the lower level (lift available).
- Vending machines as well as free water can be found in the social learning area to the left of the customer service desk.
College Road, Bangor, LL57 2DG
Tel: 01248 382983
Contains material on the Sciences, Psychology and Healthcare Sciences. Main scientific journal, abstract, reference and book collections. Also kept here is a large collection of Ordnance, Soil and Geological Survey maps.
Number of Reader spaces: 157 (seating) 104 - (with PC provision)
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Postgraduate students and staff at Ocean Sciences can request general stock to be delivered to Menai Bridge via the library van service. Please make your requests by e-mailing: email@example.com
- Copy, print & scan facilities are placed centrally on the ground and upper floors with an additional printer in room 035 (24hr study room).
- Students wishing to practice their presentation skills can book room 008 at the library customer service counter.
- Students who have a PLSP in place can use the Assistive Technology room, which is located on the ground floor to the left as you enter the building.
- Deiniol library provides rooms to meet privately with student mentors.
- Toilets with disabled access are situated imeadiately ahead as you walk through the foyer from the main entrance.
- A snack area is situated down the stairs past the library customer service desk. Vending machines and a water fountain are available here.
The Deiniol building was a school from the years 1929-1952. Boys and girls would each have their own entrance at either end of the building.
Deiniol Road, Bangor, LL57 2UX
Tel: 01248 382984
Contains material on education, including collections of children's books, and sport, health and exercise sciences
Number of Reader spaces: Various study and collaborative study spaces with 65 PCs
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- Copy, print & scan facilities are available on the ground floor.
- 2 bookable seminar rooms containing PCs and large screen monitors.
- Toilets with disabled access are situated on the ground floor.
- Vending machines and a water fountain are available on site.
Bangor Normal College was founded in 1858 as an independent teacher training college for young men based on a series of ‘Normal Colleges’ established across Europe.
The purpose of these colleges were to establish a standard for education and of prospective teachers. The term ‘Normal’ derives from the notion of conforming to a standard.
The College developed in response to a shortage of trained teachers in Wales. It was created through the efforts of Sir Hugh Owen and Rev. John Phillips who managed to raise funds of £11,500 through public subscription and £2,000 of Government money.
Teaching began on temporary premises in 1858 and the College opened on its permanent site in the building currently known as Hen Goleg in upper Bangor in 1862. The college predates Bangor University, where the Main Arts university building now stands; College Road being named after the Normal College.
After the First World War, the College expanded by purchasing new land that included the former George Hotel on the banks of the Menai Strait to cater for an increase in student admissions. This was to be the George Site, later the Menai Site, presently, the Normal Site.
During the mid1970s it was decided that most of the teaching be relocated to the Menai Site with new facilities being built including this Library building.
In 1996 the College integrated with the University College of North Wales later to become Bangor University with the Normal Site now becoming home to the School of Education and the George Building home to the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences.
Holyhead Road, Bangor, LL57 2PZ
Tel: 01248 383048
Contains material on Nursing, midwifery, radiography and healthcare sciences
Number of Reader spaces: 48 reader spaces 28 with PC provision
- Copy, print & scan facilities are placed to the left of the main entrance.
- A computer room and seminar room are available for student bookings.
- Toilets are situated imeadiately ahead as you walk through the main entrance.
- Vending machines and a water fountain are available.
We are a specialist library that has been part of the School for nearly 40 years. We moved to our current premises in 1991 which was brand new and were able to offer a much brighter and larger space for the lecturers and students of the Wrexham campus.
Archimedes Centre, Wrexham Technology Park, Wrexham. LL13 7YP
Tel: 01248 383919