You can search directly from the search box on the front of the Library website.
What is a classmark? As you walk round a Library you will notice that books on the same subject are all in roughly the same area of the Library. This is because every book carries a label on the spine of the book indicating where on the shelves it should be filed. The label usually contains a three-figure number followed by a decimal point, with numbers and letters following this decimal point. These numbers aren't random - they correspond with specific subjects. The Library uses a list of numbers to create a classmark. If you find a book that looks useful to you in your studies, chances are that the books either side of it will probably be just as useful.
When you find the item via Library Search, availability is shown, as is the location and the loan period.
Standard Loan items are normally issued for 4 weeks (28 days). We also have 7 day loan, and 1 day loan items.