The College Library
LMH has a large working library (approx. 75,000 books). The Library is open to all members of the College 24 hours a day and is well stocked in all the major areas of study, including multiple copies of undergraduate key texts. The library also has a study and life skills section, DVDs, Molymod kits, as well as a selection of accessibility aids for use within the library (including coloured overlays, noise reduction headphones, and a variety of book / laptop stands). If you require a book which the Library does not hold, please recommend it to the Librarian for purchase. From the Library, students have access to all the electronic resources (catalogues, databases, e-journals) provided by the University. There is a computer room in the Library, well equipped with computers, and printing and photocopying facilities. You can find out more about the Library and its facilities here.
You will only be able to borrow books once you have attended a Library induction session and familiarised yourself with the Library Rules. If you miss your scheduled session, you will need to contact the Librarian for the relevant information.
You will be given introductions and inductions to all of the University libraries relevant for your subjects during Freshers’ week. If you miss these sessions, you should make a point of visiting the library at the earliest opportunity, certainly before you need a book in a hurry. Most University libraries will have leaflets available to explain how to use their resources, and further information can also be found here.
Other college libraries can normally only be used by appointment with their Librarian, to consult books not held in the Bodleian or faculty libraries.
We have a chargeable print system which allows for mono and colour A4/A3 printing. A free quota is issued at the beginning of each year (150 A4 Black & White pages for Undergraduates) with further printing charged on a per sheet basis to battels. You can print using the computing facilities or through the following website. Please contact the LMH ICT Office for further details.
If you bring your own computer to LMH, there is a wireless network that covers all the College buildings and there are ethernet points are installed in all College bedrooms. In addition, there are Windows installed workstations, complete with many of the tools you will need on a daily basis, located in the LMH Library. Printing is available, either directly from the computers in the library or via the college web print service. Please note that the University-wide Wi-Fi service, which we use in the College, is not able to accept connections from devices such as wireless printers, smart TVs, smart speakers (e.g. Amazon Echo, Sonos speakers) or games consoles.
As an Oxford University student, you are entitled to a free copy of Sophos Antivirus and Antispyware and a free copy of Office 365, both available from the University IT Services (www.it.ox.ac.uk), once you have activated your University Single Sign-On account (SSO).
To use the wireless or wired network in the college you will need to set up University Remote Access credentials. Up to date information on the how to connect to the wired or wireless networks and links to other important ICT information are available at here. It is very important that you read this carefully, as ICT will be a key part of your daily university life.
The College’s ICT Team is here to help make your life easier. If you have any ICT related issues or problems then please let them know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or visiting them in their office located in Wolfson West.