Want to get the maximum results from your visit to the University Library, well here are some pointers for you to remember
What area should I use for different types of study?
- Ground floor is for group and social work – we have 4 group rooms which are bookable , remember that the HUB is also an ideal place for group work
- 1st Floor – is for quiet study and small group work
- 2nd Floor is for quiet study and there is also a Silent room here as well
Please remember that the space has been divided up in this way to ensure that there are a number of different learning spaces available for students to use to suit that particular kind of study.
If other students or staff think that you are in the wrong study area – we will ask you to re-locate to a more appropriate area for your study
Group Room and Study Rooms
We have a number of bookable rooms on all 3 floors of the Library.
- Ground floor- we have 4 group rooms for group work
- 1st – We have 10 study rooms (maximum of 2 people per room)
- 2nd – We have 10 study rooms available ( maximum of 2 people per room)
You can book rooms via Learning Edge, just log in and click on the Learning Services: room bookings and select what kind of room you want and for how long (maximum o f 3 hours per day per person). Or come to any Library Help Desk and we will show you how to do this.
Rooms can be booked up to 2 weeks in advance, please remember that if you book a room and no longer need it for that date, that you can cancel online or at the Help Desks.
I need a room, there are none free and no-one is in the room – What can I do!
If a student doesn’t turn up for their room within 15 minutes of the booked , we will cancel the rest of the booking for that hour. If you see an empty room after quarter past the hour – please inform a member of staff and we will book this room for you.
PC availability app
Finding a free PC on campus has just become easier with the launch of a handy online application has been developed that allows students to easily find available computers in the University Library and Learning Innovation Centre (LINC). The app also enables users to select a particular location, floor or room to find out the current status of every computer in that area.
The service can be accessed on mobiles, tablets and online, meaning that students can find available PCs quicker and easier while on the move. It also ensures that all on-campus open access computers are visible and fully utilised by the whole student community.
View the app by visiting http://ehu.ac.uk/computers.