We are pleased to announce that the holdings of the University of York Library have been added to Copac.
The University of York Library is rich in resources.The collections include over 1.2 million volumes, and access to over 60,000 print and electronic journals, along with research and special collections. The collections are housed over three libraries:
The JB Morrell Library is the main University library located on the Heslington West campus. It houses collections to support learning, teaching and research in all subject areas.
Raymond Burton Library for Humanities Research, also located on the Heslington West campus, holds special collections. Highlights include: an extensive collection of books and prints on Yorkshire; over 1000 books relating to the Heath family of 18th century engravers and a large collection of medical books dating from the 16th century. All the material in this library is for reference use only.
The King’s Manor Library is part of the city centre campus at the University of York. It houses collections relating to: architecture; building planning; conservation of historic architecture; gardening & landscape design; heritage management; history of architecture & building; stained glass and town planning. It also has smaller collections on the medieval period, archaeology and the “long” eighteenth century.
To browse, or limit your search to, the holdings of the University of York library, go to the main search tab on copac.ac.uk/search and choose ‘York University’ from the drop-down list of libraries.