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Using the Library Safely: Introduction

Using the Library Safely

Following return to Level 5 lockdown nationally at the beginning of the New Year 2021, access to the Library building has now closed. ‘Click and Collect’ and ‘Scan and Deliver’ services remain available, operating Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am-1pm.

On-campus study spaces reserved through the Library booking system, including in the Bailey Allen Hall, are no longer available in the short term. This decision was made to protect our students and staff at this particularly worrying time in the pandemic’s evolution. The University recognizes the importance of study spaces for students and commit to reopening them as soon as public health circumstances allow.

Library Services

Following the return to Level 5 at the beginning of January, 2021, the Library building is once again closed. Click on the links below to find out about Library services that are available:

More information on Services Available on this link: Using the Library

Contact Us

If you require assistance please contact the Library & IT Team in any of the following ways:

Teaching & Learning

The Library strives to provide you with the training and resources you need to be successful in your academic life. Please view our teaching & learning resources below:

Borrowing & Returning

As all our book stacks will be closed off during this period it is essential that you order a book via our Click and Collect service.  All books must be returned to the Book Returns box outside the Library entrance.

Medical books access

Please note that medical books are now located in the main library and can be requested by means of Click & Collect. Books to be collected like all others in the James Hardiman Library on the main campus.