Study spaces

How to make best use of the study spaces in the Library.

Book a seat or study room

During the coronavirus pandemic we need to be able to test-and-trace users of the library. Therefore please book a seat or study room if you wish to study in the Library.

Private study rooms can be used to:

  • attend a virtual lecture
  • use video-conferencing

Each room has a maximum occupancy of 2 and can be booked for a maximum of four hours per day. 

There is also a bookable family room for students wanting to bring their children with them while studying. The room has two student desks with PCs, a playmat, and a children's bookcase.

Book a seat or study room (with or without a PC)

Laptop loans

You can borrow a laptop for the day from one of the laptop lockers on the first floor. 

Connect to wireless

How to connect to the university's wi-fi.

Print, copy, and scan

There are multi-function printer/copier/scanners throughout the Library.

You can print to any of them:

How to print, copy, scan, and top-up your print credit

Switch-off zone

Take a break from study in the switch-off zone - an area of the library dedicated to student well-being.