If you are a current member of staff at the University of Bedfordshire, you are entitled to a full range of Library services on or off campus.
Your username and password gives you access to all your University Accounts and IT systems.
WiFi-Eduroam: you can connect your portable device to the WiFi network with your University network account.
The University of Bedfordshire is a member of a number of co-operative schemes which you can use.
You can join SCONUL Access for access to over 170 higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland. It enables staff and researchers to borrow up to 4 material from other libraries. SCONUL also operates a vacation scheme which gives access to most university libraries during the vacations of the host institution. Your current university ID card will normally be acceptable but check as local arrangements may differ. This scheme gives you reference only access therefore you will not be able to borrow or access any electronic information.
If you cannot join through Sconul, you can check the M25 Consortium.
M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries (currently there are 60 member institutions) is a collaborative organisation that works to improve library and information services within the M25 region and more widely across the East and Southeast by providing access to services and resources for learners and researchers. Access to the majority of M25 consortium libraries is via SCONUL Access Scheme; however some libraries (listed below) are not part of this scheme and these libraries can be accessed using the M25 scheme.
If you wish to join this scheme please receive an application form from your home library. This guide gives more information on your membership rights www.m25lib.ac.uk
The main British Library site is in London on Euston Road next to Kings Cross and St Pancras railways stations. Getting to The British Library