Archive for the 'Useful UCL links' Category
By Jes Cooban, on 13 April 2016
Did you know you can access past examination papers online? You can search in two ways: use either your module code (e.g. ANTH1002) or the module title, OR use the A-Z list of departments to find your department. Papers are then arranged by level of study and year set.
By Jes Cooban, on 23 March 2016
Don’t forget your reading list can be very useful when revising for exams – for more information
By Jes Cooban, on 17 February 2016
If you are starting your dissertation soon don’t forget there is lots of help available at UCL Libraries including this helpful guide which is also available in hard copy.
By Jes Cooban, on 11 March 2015
It is nearly that time again….past exam papers – including 2014 papers – are available both electronically and in paper format.
By Volkan L Akgunlu, on 16 April 2014
The Institute of Archaeology Library will be closed for the Easter Holiday from the 17th of April until Wednesday the 23rd of April 09.30 am.
Any teaching collections or Issue Desk books borrowed after 13.00 on Wednesday the 16th of April will be due back by 10.00 a.m. on Wednesday the 23rd of April.
Please see our web pages for details of the arrangements for other library sites on the Easter Holiday:
By Volkan L Akgunlu, on 2 December 2013
For those who are celebrating Christmas, and for any others interested in rare books and archives, we’ve created a digital advent calendar. To find out more, click on
By Volkan L Akgunlu, on 7 October 2013
To check our How to Guides for Printing, Copying and Scanning. For any help and information please refer to the help page.
By Volkan L Akgunlu, on 4 October 2013
First time users on the print@UCL service are required to register their UCL ID cards before using any Xerox device. This process will associate the owner of the ID card with their UCL login account and is a one-time step that will only need repeating if your ID card is replaced.
To find out more about how to register your UCL Student card with MFD’s please click
By Volkan L Akgunlu, on 23 September 2013
Here is the library guide for our new students. Might be also useful for the experienced library users!
By Volkan L Akgunlu, on 18 June 2013
The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA) is a research and support division within the Institute of Archaeology at University College London, involved with archaeological work in over 87 countries.
The CAA is committed to ethical and sustainable approaches, which build on and enhance the capacity of local communities to benefit from the historic and archaeological interest of the places they inhabit. … read more about our values.