Published: 17 May 2016

#LibraryOnTour eases pressure on study space

Library on tour

To tackle overcrowding in the libraries during the exam period a #LibraryOnTour initiative has been launched which will see temporary additional learning spaces open for students to use on campus.

The initiative will be running over the busy summer revision and exam period from Monday, 16 May to Friday, 3 June 2016.

The additional study spaces are:

Where When Noise level
The School of the Arts Library 23rd May – 3rd June, 9am – 9pm Silent study
The Guild 16th May – 3rd June, 9am – 9pm Group and Quiet study
South Campus Teaching Hub 16th May – 3rd June, 9am – 9pm Group and Quiet study

Facilities available in the pop-up library spaces will include printing and photocopying, Wi-Fi, PC and laptop loans as well as having library staff on hand to assist with enquiries.

Several rooms in the Guild have also been opened for students to use for quiet revision including:

  • Elizabeth Gidney 1
  • McAustland
  • The Library
  • Ken Saro Wiwa
  • James E Brown
  • Guild PC Room

The usual campaigns to manage study space as effectively as possible will be continuing and access to the main university libraries will be limited to University of Liverpool members during the exam period to give students priority access to study spaces. External and SCONUL access members won’t be able to use the facilities at this time.

For more information see http://libguides.liv.ac.uk/libraryontour. You can also follow @LivUniLibrary on Twitter for regular updates.

 

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