Library Resources

Information on Publishing

Know why you should publish and how to avoid predatory journals

EBSCO Discovery Service

Access the Library's entire collection of information materials from one search point

Academic Integrity

Understand plagiarism, how to avoid it, and how to access plagiarism detection tools

Library Fact File


The UoN Libraries at a Glance – 2020

  • 14 libraries across colleges, schools, institutes and campuses
  • 133 (+/-) library staff serving in University-wide library system
  • 6509 sitting capacity
  • Fully automated


  • 750, 000 print volumes
  • 163,000 subscribed e-books
  • 75,000 full text journal articles
  • Over 100,000 open sources e-books and e-journals
  • Over 105,000 scholarly output in the Institutional repository


  • Reference assistance in-person, online, via phone or e-mail
  • Services for persons with disabilities - Screen readers software (Jaws & NVDA)
  • Wireless connectivity throughout the Libraries
  • Library instruction/communication skills classes
  • Bindery
  • Archives & Rare Collection services
  • Trainings
  • Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
  • Check in, check out (Circulation services)
  • Photocopying and printing


In-person, many resources, such as electronic databases, journals and e-books may be accessed online via remote access (VPN & RemoteXs). Through, you may submit reference questions


  • 113 study carrels
  • 14 computer laboratories
  • Ample reading Spaces
  • Wi-Fi access