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Academic facilities and resources

Doctoral academy

The Doctoral Academy provides a key point of reference and a supportive community for all doctoral research students in the University.

History IT induction

A useful overview of some of the University's most commonly used IT resources.

Computing and printing (Department)

The Department has dedicated work spaces for research students including access to networked computers and printing facilities.

Computing and printing (University)

Find out about the University's computing and printing facilities.

Find a free computer

Find a free computer

Information on where computers are available right now.

Dainton Graduate Research Centre

The GRC offers dedicated and bookable work space specifically for research students.

Library facilities

Find out about the University's libraries and their study and research facilities.

History in the library

The library's subject guide for History

Librarian's Blog

The librarian's blog for arts subjects.

Library information skills

The library offers a range of information skills tutorials and workshops to help support your learning and research.

Key tutorials include:

Library Connect

The library's online database of FAQs. You can also live chat, text for help or submit a question.

Got another question? just get in touch:

Library Helpdesk (for general library queries, staffed 7 days a week)
Phone: 0114 222 7200
Twitter: @UniSheffieldLib

Steve McIndoe and Pete Barr (for subject specific queries, Monday-Friday)
Faculty Librarian | Liaison Librarian for Arts and Humanities |
0114 222 7363 | 0114 222 7388
Twitter: @LibrarianArts

English Language Teaching Centre

The Writing Advisory Service is offered by the ELTC to help you develop your academic writing skills - there are services aimed at all students and some aimed specifically at international students.

Modern Languages Teaching Centre

The MLTC provides languages modules to students who require language capability to support their research. MLTC modules can be take as part of the Doctoral Development Programme where they are directly relevant to your research.

301: Student Skills and Development Centre

301 offers a range of tutorials, workshops, and other activities to support skills and development.