Empty Swansea University Bay Campus LibrarySwansea University Libraries wish you all the best of luck on your recent assessments.

To those of you who are finishing your studies and leaving Swansea, good luck!

Don’t forget to return any items you have out on loan to the Library and to clear any fines from your account. Your IT account will be disabled after your course ends. Please advise contacts of an alternative email address and secure any personal data you may require in the future.

Please have a look at the account closure checklist.

For those of you returning in September, please be aware:

  • If you have books or journals out on loan over the summer, they will continue to auto-renew and you don’t need to worry about them unless another user requests them. If this happens you will receive an email advising you to return the item(s) within 14 days. If you keep items over the summer, please be sure to check your University email account regularly.
  • Please return any outstanding laptop loans promptly to the self-service locker at the Library where you borrowed them. These will not auto-renew and fines are £10.00 per day.
  • If you have concerns about returning any items, please let the Customer Service team know right away. You can post books back to us, if necessary. Please look at the Library webpages for contact details and postal addresses.

If you’re using SU Libraries over the summer:

  • From 1st June until 29th August, summer opening hours at Singleton Park and Bay Libraries will be 8am to midnight, however Singleton Park Library will close at 6pm on Thursday, 2nd June for the Summer Ball.
  • You’ll find up to date information on opening times of all our libraries on our webpages.
  • Remote access to student PCs will continue to be available.
  • Two-week self-service laptop loans will continue to be available from Bay and Singleton Park Libraries. These are non-renewable and must be returned to the locker where they were borrowed by the due date.
  • You will be able to consult Subject Librarians via online chat or in one-to-one appointments. Full details are in Libguides.

If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with the Customer Service Team.

We will be doing some work to improve the building and study areas in the Singleton Park Library this summer and would like to apologise in advance for any disruption and also to thank you for your patience and understanding while we carry out improvements.

We welcome your feedback and suggestions so we can make improvements and would be grateful if you would get in touch with Customer Services to share them.

Tuesday May 31st, 2022

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Jubilee logo in English. Purple circle with a crown in the middleThis year, Her Majesty The Queen will become the very first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service.

You can get involved in celebrating Her Majesty’s historic reign during the Platinum Jubilee Weekend, which takes place from 2nd to 5th June.

Visit the official Jubilee website for a full list of events in your area!

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Study UK is looking for US students currently studying at UK universities at any level (undergraduate, postgraduate) to feature in its ‘I’m on my way’ campaign. The videos will follow a similar style to the ‘I’m on my way’ campaign videos, using real footage shot by students themselves. Any interested students should complete the following form as soon as possible: https://forms.gle/AjBhwoUrQbduzUct8The deadline to complete the form is Tuesday 7 June. As a thank you for their time, chosen participants will receive a £200 voucher. The casting process is being managed by Raw Research on behalf of Study UK.

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Three Cliffs Bay in Gower. Cliffs in the foreground and A unique film project which brought together Swansea University students, staff and the community to showcase the beauty of Gower will be officially launched next month.

The Gŵyr documentary series is a collection of films which each capture elements of local history, culture, ecosystems and natural resources.

They have been created by a not-for-profit community-driven project which saw residents sharing their experiences while working with students and filmmakers.

The project has been led by media and communication lecturer Georgios Dimitropoulos and the films will all be available for free on YouTube following a special premiere at Taliesin Arts Centre on June 10.

The event will mark the end of a five-year-collaboration between 25 students and more than 40 contributors ranging from Gower residents, farmers, environmentalists, and scientists to academics, historians, and research scholars.

Tickets are available in advance or at the venue at the premiere.

Friday May 27th, 2022

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Ludwig Wittgenstein

The lecture will explain why Ludwig Wittgenstein, the leading philosopher of the Twentieth Century, spent a significant amount of time in Swansea from 1942-1947 (more…)

Wednesday May 25th, 2022

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