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Built Environment, Computing and Engineering

Library Subject Guide for students in the School of Computing, Engineering & the Built Environment.


Welcome to the subject guide for students and staff from the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment.

Are you a new student? We recommend going through the Introduction to Computing and Library Moodle module to find out about library services available to you as a matriculated student at the university. For more information about library services, see our myNapier Library pages.

Academic staff - for more information on creating and updating your reading lists, go to the Reading Lists LibGuide

Any problems accessing online books and articles in LibrarySearch? Remember to sign in to LibrarySearch on and off campus to see all results. For more information go to the myNapier LibrarySearch page..   

Check our campus library opening hours on the myNapier Library Opening Hours page.

Need some library advice, help or support from your SCEBE Subject Librarian, contact


Use LibrarySearch to find ebooks, books, journals, ejournals, articles, conference proceedings and much more. Watch this short video to see how to find a book and an ebook in LibrarySearch.

Library training & events

The Library offers a wide range of training and skills sessions throughout the academic year. You can browse the sessions on offer in the Training and Events Calendar. For some sessions you may need to book a place and this is clearly stated in the session details. We offer a mix of online or on campus sessions, just check the details to see the intended audience of each session and to find out how to join.

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Subject Librarian

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Joyce Templeton
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