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Happy Easter!

The Library is open 24/7 throughout the Easter period, self-service over the Bank Holiday weekend, and you can still contact us via Chat or get IT help by phone. Please see below for more details:

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Looking ahead to the Christmas period……

As an Offsite student, will you be needing books over the Christmas period? As we build up to the end of term, please see below for some news on how auto renewals and loans will work over Christmas.

Studying a Playwork course? Check out help and resources for your study!

If you’re studying Play Therapy or Therapeutic Play Skills the following information is relevant to you!

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New book renewal system starts today!

The Library is getting a new book renewal system, starting today!

Certain ebooks currently unavailable

Some of our ebooks (from one particular provider) are unavailable for the week beginning 17th August 2015. This is to allow us to make upgrades and refresh content. They should be available again by Friday 21st August 2015. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

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Do you want to use another library?

You can access other university libraries via the SCONUL Access scheme. Staff, postgraduate, part time, distance and placement students can usually borrow from these libraries. Full time undergraduates can use them for reference. More information is available on our Using Other Libraries page, including a video on how to apply.

Welcome to Offsite

It’s great to see that so many of you have registered with Offsite recently. Now why not take the next step by trying out the online resources or requesting some books? Now would also be a good time to register for SCONUL Access to other university libraries.

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Students registered with Offsite borrow up to 8 items for 4 weeks

In a previous post we explained how to request books from Offsite, but did you know that you can borrow up to 8 items and keep standard loan items for 4 weeks?

Did you know you can use other university libraries?

Is there another university closer to you than Leeds Met? If you’re a distance learning student you can borrow books from most of the higher education libraries in the UK and Ireland via the SCONUL Access scheme.

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Want to borrow any books?

The Library posts books out to you free of charge if you’re a distance learning student registered with Offsite – you just pay the cost of returning them.

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