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Can I come and use the Archives held at the Institute of Education?

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Yes, the Archives are available free of charge to all bona fide researchers.

The Archive collections can be accessed in our supervised reading room in the Newsam Library in the main building of the UCL Institute of Education on Bedford Way.

We are open from 9.30-17.00, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays and other advertised institutional closures.

You must contact us in advance to book an appointment.

On the day of your visit you should report to the Membership desk in the Library on Level 4 of the Bedford Way Building.

The first time you use the Archives you will need to:

  • Provide a form of photographic ID, such as a passport or university ID card.

By signing the application and undertaking form you agree to abide by our readers' rules.

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