Use this form to suggest an item that the Library should purchase. Please check Search@Library first - it contains information about items that are already on order.
When available, we provide e-books of essential books to improve access to texts.
When an e-book is purchased, we will send you a direct link to the item record. Print copies will be reserved for you if requested, and we will email your University account to tell you that it is ready to collect.
You will be notified if the Library decides not to purchase your suggestion.
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Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies
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East Asian Studies
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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Philosophy, Religion and History of Science
Physics and Astronomy
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Sociology and Social Policy
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
Sport and Exercise Sciences
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Would you prefer an ebook if available?
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