Hallward Library click and collect


July 21st, 2020

UoN Libraries are delighted to have opened Hallward Library on Monday 20 July, as part of the ongoing phased re-opening of libraries.  

In phase one, Hallward Library is open for book returns, online scanning requests and click and collect access to print items only. Access to study space, library shelves, printers and PCs remains unavailable for now. 

Click and collect
Click and collect requests can be made via the library discovery tool, NUsearchYou will receive an email when your item is available for collection with instructions of how to collect your item and details of the library’s revised opening hours 

There may be a wait until your item is ready for collection whilst library staff work through the requests. Please wait for your email before making the journey to the library.  

Click and collect and scanning requests are only available for print items currently on the shelves in Hallward Library. 

Visit the Library website for more details of how to place click and collect and scanning requests. 

What to expect in the library
As you may expect, our libraries will look, and work, a little different to usual. A range of safety measures have been put in place in the library to keep staff and visitors safe including additional cleaning, hand sanitiser stations, floor and wall signage and staff safety screens (which were manufactured by colleagues in the Faculty of Engineering).

Visit the Library Matters blog for more information about what you can expect in our libraries. 

Work is already underway on the next few libraries as part of phase one and James Cameron-Gifford Library at Sutton Bonington will be the next to re-open.

For the latest updates, visit the Libraries Support Hub. 

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