A beautiful, peaceful, &friendly study space.6 dedicated Library pcs &wifi access for personallaptops.Most students are allocatedtheir own Book Fund – askSue/Katrina about this.Printing, scanning, &photocopying facilities are inthe Library foyer, or beside Harris Manchesterthe Library Office. College Library
Do you allow food &drink in the Library?Mobile phones?Food within reason:Tea/coffee/drinks/sweets/chocolates/mints/fruit/muesli bars are OK.Pie & chips/hot food etc arenot!Please put your mobile on‘silent’ and have mobile phoneconversations outside theLibrary.If you make use of thisprivilege, please be verycareful and look after our HMC Library Gallerylovely Library.
How do I borrow books? You can borrow up to 30 books at a time. You issue books to yourself – use the self-issue pc which is in front of you as you enter the Library (opposite). You’ll need your University card to borrow books using this self-issue service. Instructions for using it are on the desk beside the pc.
How do I return books? To return books to the Library use the Book Return Box which you will find just outside the Library door. If any books are too big to fit in the slot, or are in a fragile condition, leave them on Katrina’s desk inside the Library.
How do I print in the Library? All Library pcs are connected to a B/W printer in the Library foyer. You are allocated a number of free print credits. You can top up your credit at the Bursary. Remember to select HMCPRINTLibrary1-BW as your printer. After clicking on ‘Print’ you’ll get a screen with the cost & asking you to ‘Confirm’. Click on ‘Yes’. Colour printing? Ask Katrina/Sue.
How do I scan documents in the Library? There is scanner in the Library foyer, beside the printer. You can either use it as a flatbed scanner (eg for double- sided sheets) or as a document feeder (eg for single sheets). You can scan to an email address or USB stick. Instructions are above the scanner. There is also a scanner attached to Library pc 1.
How do I find books from my reading list in theLibrary? Use a Library pc or your laptop to go online. Use Google to find the Oxford University catalogue called SOLO – Search Oxford Libraries Online. Next slide shows you what to expect when you get there.
Where do I get more help and information? Come and see us!We love helping our students. Sue is usually in the LibraryOffice (downstairs at the end ofthe corridor ) and her dooris always open. Katrina is usually in the Library ather desk and always happy to help.