The University of Malaya Library, established in 1962 in Kuala Lumpur, is a network of 17 academic libraries, fully automated in providing integrated services and guidance to the University of Malaya’s teaching and research system. The Education Library is one of the specialized subject libraries within the University of Malaya Library network. Previously, all collections of materials were stored at the Faculty of Education before the library had the responsibility to fully manage all materials collection in 2015.
The core functions of the Education Library is to support the learning, teaching and research needs of undergraduate, postgraduate students, faculty and researchers at the Faculty of Education. In fact, it is also open to other registered users of the library, subject to the terms and conditions of the loan.
Currently, the Library is managed by a Senior Librarian and two full-time Library Assistants. Usage capacity is up to 30 students at a time. The Education Library is located at Level 1 Block C, Faculty of Education of the University of Malaya is accessible to all users during office hours.
More details about borrowing policy of Education Library
Education Library has a collection of about 10,000 items consists of textbooks, reference books, handbooks, printed journal and etc.
new books display area
Our most recently new books displayed at the strategic corner. You are welcome to browse this selection and feel free to borrow material from this corner.
Dissertations, Theses and Academic Exercises Collection
Education Library holds archival copies of all Degree, Masters and PhD theses completed by undergraduates and postgraduate Faculty of Education students. Please note that hard copy theses are not available for loan instead they can be read in the Reading Area in Education Library. Request for theses can be made at the counter or you can just ask staff in charge for further assistance.
Journal, Online databases and e-Books
The Library subscribes to printed journal, online databases – mostly full text journal and e-book, which can be accessed via the campus network and remote access from individual home of registered users.