The PCAS Print, Copy and Scan system is available in all Bodleian Libraries. You can use it to:
If you have University or Bodleian reader card, you will have a PCAS account automatically. The log in details are your card number and password, the same as you use for logging in to Library PCs or the Bodleian Libraries wi-fi network.
For more information, charges, guides etc, see the Bodleian Libraries website
The Rewley House Continuing Education Library is one of the Bodleian Libraries. It serves the staff and the mainly part time students of the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education.
The Library's collections cover all subjects with particular strengths in Archaeology, Art, History, Literature and Local History. For more information on the collections, please see the Library website
The Library is open to all members of the University for reference purposes. Borrowing is normally restricted to students and staff of OUDCE. Short loans may be made in exceptional circumstances, please ask at the Library desk.
For opening hours, see the Library website
Explore our selection of Subject Guides which give information about Continuing Education collections for the subject together with information about e-resources, links to guides to resources in other Oxford libraries, guidance on finding good quality, freely available resources on the internet and general search tips.
A large number of online guides, known as LibGuides, have been written by Bodleian Libraries staff. These include:
Some of these guides are listed in the box on this page headed 'Searching: catalogues and finding aids'. To explore the full range, visit the Oxford LibGuides home page
If you would like to discuss specific requirements for using the library please contact the Senior Library Assistant, Amy Wolstenholme.
For more information on facilities and services at the Rewley House Library, please see the Library website
For more information about services in Bodleian Libraries, please see the guide "Supporting Disabled Readers" Although some services in this guide are restricted to University Card holders, there is also much information applicable to anyone, including aids for your own PC/laptop