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Online Library: Using the Library

Student IT

The University on campus study facilities include 2114 study seats,1025 networked PCs, printing, copying and scanning facilities.

Wi-fi is available throughout the University centres and in some of the larger study centres laptops are also available to borrow.

All students receive £25 (non-refundable) of free printing credit to use at the start of their programme. Additional credit can be purchased by logging into your Printing Account. Unused print credit is not refundable at the end of your course, so please purchase only the credit you require.

A mobile printing, photocopying and scanning facility is available to allow use of this service from personal laptops, phones and tablets. 

Students have access to the Office 365 suite of tools. Office 365 is a collection of apps and cloud based services that you can use to be productive across a variety of devices from just about anywhere. The Office 365 suite of tools includes Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel and more. Login to your O365 Account.

Office 365


If you experience any problems with the IT systems, please speak to a member of library staff. You can also contact the IT team directly in the following ways:

Further information about IT services and support can be found on the IT Pages of the student VLE

Library Etiquette

BPP University aims to keep rules to a minimum while ensuring that as many facilities as possible are available to all our users. You can help us to ensure the library remains a quiet place conducive to study by following some simple guidelines. 

Carry your student card Respect quiet zones No food or drink Take care of books and equipment Don't be a desk hog

Always carry your student ID card and be prepared to show it on request.

Be considerate of other library users, hold conversations elsewhere and respect silent zones. Turn off, or put in silent mode, any mobile phones before entering the library and take calls outside.  

Do not bring food into the library, use the break-out areas to eat.

Drinks in lidded containers are allowed.


Remember to keep your drinks in sealed containers and please take care around books and IT equipment.

Don't be a desk hog, take your belongings with you when you go to class.

Learning Support and Inclusion

The University is concerned that students are offered appropriate support and guidance to enable them to benefit fully from the library service.

In order to achieve this all students will be offered the opportunity to discuss any specific requirements with University staff. With your permission, requests for assistance may be passed onto the library and dealt with on an individual basis in consultation with the Learning Support Officer.

The kinds of provision which may be discussed include:

  • Individualised inductions so that needs may be discussed.
  • VLE materials and texts in alternative formats.
  • Support to get texts out into Braille/audiotape.
  • Priority access.
  • Purchase of assistive aids.

In addition to individual requirements which may be agreed students with a learning support contact are entitled to a longer loan allowance of five weeks and to free printing credit. 

The facilities available in all of our libraries to support your learning include:

  • Screen Reader (JAWS).
  • CCTV Scanner/Magnifier.
  • Large Monitors.
  • Coloured Overlays.
  • Ergonomic Input Devices (mouse and keyboard)
  • Headphones.
  • Mind View Matchware Mind Mapping Software.

Students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities should contact Learning Support in the first instance at or visit the Learning Support and Inclusion pages on the student VLE.