Testing: LFD tests are available across campus including the Library while stocks last.
Face coverings: We ask that you remain considerate of others and consider wearing a face covering inside the Library unless exempt.
Capacity limits: There are no capacity limits inside the Library.
Self isolation: If you have any symptoms please take a test if possible. If you test positive please do not attend the Library, instead email firstname.lastname@example.org who will provide advice on next steps.
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Remember to bring your ID card when you visit us. If you forget your card, please let us know at the Welcome Desk and we can sign you in. Students can sign into the Library without their cards three times in each academic year.
Your ID enables access to entry doors, turnstiles and is also your Library card if you wish to borrow. It also allows access to the rest of campus.
If you have lost your card you will need to order a new one; you must do this prior to visiting on the Student ID Card page.
Screens: Perspex screens are in place at the Welcome Desk inside the Library.
Hand sanitisers: Stations are located across all floors of the Library.
Cleaning packs: Spray bottles and paper wipes are available across all floors of the Library for use on the shared-use materials and resources. Full information can also be found lower down this page.
Social distancing requirements: There is no requirement to keep a 2 metre distance, but please respect others and give them space.
If you are studying remotely, you can access e-books and e-journals by logging in to the catalogue from the Library homepage. Visit the subject resources area of the Library Website for guidance on the most relevant resources in your subject area.
Take a look at the online study tool kit curated by the Academic Achievement (AA) Team. You'll find information and links to lots of online resources to help you with your studies, including webinars, workshop recordings and subject resources information – all in one place. There's a section dedicated to new starters and returning students.
For postgraduate students, there is a dedicated postgraduate section on the Library website as well.
If you have any suggestions we’d love to hear them. You can contact us via LibChat (see bottom right of this page), phone us on 0208 392 3770 or email us at: email@example.com.
Washing your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds is still the recommended way to ensure your personal protection. You can/should also sanitise your hands when you come in and when you leave.
Please take personal responsibility for helping to keep the space clean and safe and use the cleaning stations around the Library. We also recommend you carry your own sanitising wipes and hand gel, especially for wiping down desks and keyboards before/after use.
You’ll find cleaning supplies dotted around the Library in key places such as printer stations.
There are 28 packs in total located throughout the library building:
Lower Ground Floor- 2 packs
Upper Ground Floor- 3 packs
First Floor- 9 packs
Second Floor- 9 packs
Third Floor- 5 packs
Feel free to use these to sanitise any touch points such as the printer display screen or the PCS/tables in the building. You’ll find a cleaning pack (antibacterial spray and tissue) and instructions on how to use them.
Please put everything back after you’ve used it so the next person can sanitise surfaces before and after use.