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Update: Study spaces in the library

by University of Liverpool Library on 2021-09-06T16:16:00+01:00 | Comments

Students studying at study desks in the Harold Cohen Library

From today, Monday 6th September, we have introduced walk-in study spaces in the libraries to provide a mix of both bookable and non-bookable study spaces.

Walk-in study spaces are available in both libraries and you can arrive and leave whenever you like. If a desk is free and it does not have a sticker to state that it is a bookable space, you are free to use the study desk.

If you would like to continue to book a study space before you visit the library, you can do so via our booking system.

Where to get support

Don’t forget, library staff are always available to support you with anything you need. If you need support while you’re in the library, visit the Help Desk or ask any of the friendly library staff that you see around the building who will be happy to help.

Check out our comprehensive Library Help knowledgebase for the answers to the most frequently asked questions.  You can also contact us for help and support 24/7 via the library’s online chat system or email library@liverpool.ac.uk.


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