Category Archives: space

Extra PCs in the Library for campus-based students

Campus-based students looking for PCs to use for exams and revision, look no further! The Library building may still be closed, but we have made 23 PCs available in the foyer 24/7 for those of you who may not have … Continue reading

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Library services update: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated May 4 2020 With additional measures in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), the Library building is now closed. The following Library services are available remotely: Library building The Library building is now closed to Library … Continue reading

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Book student Group Study Spaces online

Following student requests and consultation with SSLCs, the Library has converted its bookable workrooms from a sign-up sheet system to an online system, managed by Timetabling. This will be run as a trial throughout Semester 2 to gauge its effectiveness … Continue reading

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Reduced Library services on Monday 16 December

Library staff are taking part in an ‘Away Day’ training event on Monday 16 December. We will be maintaining a minimal service from the Library’s Issue Desk. If you require support from Information and Subject Librarians from the Subject Floors … Continue reading

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While You Were Away: Library Space Upgrades

This is the first post in a series highlighting major Library developments that happened ‘while you were away’ over the summer. The full report is available here. The 3 most significant space upgrades are as follows: 1.Power update: over the summer … Continue reading

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Silent and quiet study during revision and exams

Please be considerate to your fellow students during the revision period by keeping noise to a minimum on the quiet floors (Levels 3 and 4) and maintaining silence on Level 5. Quiet and silent study space is very popular at this time … Continue reading

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New resources: books, databases, journals and more!

We hope you enjoyed Inter-Semester Break and are now back in the groove for the new Semester! Here are some highlights of new and recently added Library resources, as well as some general updates since Autumn that may have passed … Continue reading

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New Year’s Refurbishment – Library Levels 1 and 5

During the Christmas break we upgraded some of our most popular spaces! This brings more seats, power and a refreshed look and feel whilst harking back to our history. Level 5 The study area on the East side of the … Continue reading

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Silent & quiet study during revision and exams

Please be considerate to your fellow students during the revision period by keeping noise to a minimum on the quiet floors (Levels 3 and 4) and maintaining silence on Level 5. Quiet and silent study space is very popular at this time … Continue reading

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Library refurbishment work during Christmas vacation

Level 1 unavailable, 13 Dec 2018 – 7 January 2019, during refurbishment You may have noticed the lighting in the Level 1 training room has just been upgraded.  During the vacation, we’re going to be working to bring the technology … Continue reading

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