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Library services over the Spring break

Library services over the Spring break

Whether you’re away from campus or staying in Newcastle, the Library is here to support your studies.

Opening hours and study spaces

 The Library will be open for bookable study space throughout the Spring break apart from Easter Sunday (4th April) when all our buildings will be closed.

For details and to book a space in the Library:

 Other open access study spaces will also be open across campus and can be found on the University Study Space Finder.

 

Borrowing and returning 

Click and Collect/Click and Post

You can request items and arrange to collect them from Philip Robinson Library or Walton Library during collection times. 

If you’re off campus and still need to borrow items, we can post items to you with Click and Post.

Returning items

If you’ve borrowed books and finished with them, and you are travelling onto campus to study or to pick up Click and Collect items, you can return them at the following places:

  • Philip Robinson Library - book drop located beside the front door
  • Medical School - book drop located at building main entrance and outside the Library entrance
  • Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms - return bin located inside the building (only accessible if you have pre-booked a study space)
  • Dame Margaret Barbour Building - return kiosk located on the ground floor

If someone else has requested an item you have on loan and you are unable to return it, please let us know via Library Help

Help and support

Approaching your final assignment and looking for some advice?

Our newly redesigned Academic Skills Kit (ASK) website goes live on Monday 29th March. On offer are a new range of resources to help you with planning, researching and writing your different assignments. 

Our staff will continue to be available to answer your information enquiries and offer support with your research via Library Help. You can also book an online 1-2-1 appointment if you need more in-depth guidance or support with your writing or academic skills. 

 

Explore the re-designed Academic Skills Kit (ASK)