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UCL supports the teaching and research of the UCL Medical School by
providing excellent library facilities on all sites where undergraduate
teaching takes place. Textbooks and periodicals are located at the
Cruciform and Science libraries on the Bloomsbury campus, the Medical
Library at the Royal Free Hospital and the Archway Healthcare Library
at the Whittington Hospital. Videos and computer-aided learning
facilities are also available. There are also specialist medical
libraries at our postgraduate institutes as well as other relevant
collections in central London.
Access to the library catalogues as well as a wide range of databases, electronic textbooks and electronic journals is available through the library's website. Information on using all library resources and services is also provided here and available as printed guides in the libraries. Library staff will also be happy to help with any enquiry.
The British Library is close to the Bloomsbury campus
The Bloomsbury campus hosts the Cruciform Teaching Facilities Unit (CTFU), a purpose built cluster, a medical science library, a suite of seminar rooms, and two lecture theatres. The CTFU is a multi-functional teaching resource, capable of holding more than 375 students; It primarily consists of five teaching laboratories on two floors of the Cruciform Building and a further laboratory in the Medical Science Building. The facilities were designed to cater for the MBBS curriculum and Life Sciences undergraduate classes.
Follow the links below for a view of these teaching spaces