Taking your Library home
It's probably not escaped your attention that this is a busy time of year. Across the three buildings of the Library, we have over 1,200 study spaces - we know there are times when you'd like to see more, but safety requirements don't allow us to add any extra seats.
We have a system that shows you occupancy levels in various areas of the Library - it's updated hourly during term time, so you can see where you're most likely to find a space. You can check the screen in the Library foyer or use the web page:
Working elsewhere in the University
But what do you do when you can't find a seat, or when you'd rather work at home?
You take the Library home...
|Photo: Books by Katey. Reproduced under a Creative Commons licence|
No, not literally...
Instead, think about how you can make other study areas more like the Library, and make sure you know how to access the various electronic resources, no matter where you are.
Working at home
Pick up one of our 'brilliant minds at work' door hangers at the Library desk if you want to remind your housemates not to disturb you while you revise.
Find out what you can access online using our E-resources guide. Our policy, when we buy a book, is also to buy the e-book if one is available, so we may have more e-resources than you think.
And finally don't forget the support available to you on campus if you have any concerns during this busy time: