Archives and Resources
Staff and research degree students have access to a wide range of hardware and software resources for creative practice and text-based research.
These are located in the London College of Communication Research Space which forms part of the an integrated research footprint within the College connecting three research centres, the research gallery, the research boardroom and the research office. The latter is administrative centre for all of the College's research activities.
There are a range of library and learning resources which facilitate research including guides to e-learning and also to the rich and varied archives and special collections held at the College. These include materials which track the histories of printing and publishing which were the College's founding research and teaching disciplines from the early 1890s, featuring the Historical Journals Collection and the Printing Historical Collection.
Design is represented by the extensive Tom Eckersley Collection and the photography holdings include the Camerwork Archive and the Photographic Exhibition Poster Collection. There are also rich archival resources relating to film in the University Archives and Special Collections which is located at the London College of Communication. These include the John Schlesinger Library, the Thorold Dickinson Collection and the Stanley Kubrick Archive.