You told us:
You told us in the National Student Survey and library LibQual surveys that the Harold Cohen Library needed more IT work stations, more power sockets, and further quiet and group study space.
What we did:
The University is starting a £2.6 million refurbishment of the Harold Cohen Library.
The works, which follow the refurbishment and expansion of the Sydney Jones Library, will take place over the summer ready to reopen for the new academic year in September.
Once complete the library will have a new look reception area, an additional 220 study spaces, more power sockets, more social seating space, as well as a postgraduate study room and eight new bookable group study rooms.
Large areas of the Harold Cohen will be inaccessible while work is ongoing so students studying over the summer months are being encouraged to make use of the Sydney Jones Library, which will be operating with longer opening hours to accommodate people.
A book running service will also be in place allowing students to order books they require from the Harold Cohen to be delivered to the Sydney Jones for collection.
To help minimise disruption students are being encouraged to plan ahead and check out books for the summer before work commences on 2 June.
Have your say:
Are you looking forward to having a newly refurbished Harold Cohen Library? Do you think the changes will be useful? Let us know what you think.
If you’re a final year undergraduate, make sure you have your say by taking part in the National Student Survey. The survey is open until 30 April 2014 and is your opportunity to share your opinions on what you like about the University, as well as things that you feel could be improved – so don’t miss out! Students who are eligible to take part have been sent a message to their University email account with details about how to take part.