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August 10, 2007

Library opening hours this weekend

This is just a reminder that the Library will be closed this Saturday and Sunday (August 11 & 12) until 19:30.

This is because the contractors will be carrying out a particularly noisy phase of the Remodelling project and they have advised us that the environment will be extremely difficult for anyone to work or study in.

We apologise for the inconvenience but if you do have a particular problem with regard to this closure please email libremodel@warwick.ac.uk


August 07, 2007

Library Opening Hours – Sat. 11 Aug & Sun. 12 Aug

We have been advised by the contractors that an important phase of the Remodelling projectwill be extremely noisy and a very difficult environment for anyone to work in comfortably.  After careful consideration it has been decided that the Library will be closed until 7:30pm on both Saturday 11 August and Sunday 12 August.

We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause but do advise you to plan your visits to the Library by checking the Library website for up-to-date information www.go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-remodel

If you have any particular problems regarding this closure then please do email libremodel@warwick.ac.uk

LIBRARY OPENING HOURS SATURDAY 11 AUGUST & SUNDAY 12 AUGUST 7:30PM - MIDNIGHT


August 03, 2007

Severe disruption in and around the Library next week

There will be severe disruption in and around the Library next week so please plan your visits accordingly.  The link below provides details of what is happening on which day in order for you to be able to plan your work and study schedules.

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/main/remodel/noise6_8_07rev.pdf


July 26, 2007

Saturday 28 July – Severe Noise Disruption

On Saturday 28 July the contractors will begin the preparation work on Floor 2 for a major part of the Library Remodelling project.  This is likely to be very noisy and we are advising people that it would be wise to plan their visits to the Library over the weekend to avoid the worst of the disruption during the day.

July 18, 2007

Pre–2000 Sciences and Social Sciences Journals

To access pre-2000 Sciences and Social Sciences journals please use the online store request form.  Your item will be held for collection at the service desk on Floor 3 of the Library.

For more information on the Remodelling project please visit the Library webpages


July 16, 2007

Library Remodelling – Change to Floor 3 Arts collection

The Arts books located on Floor 3 with the clasmark DC-GV will be temporarily moved to Floor 5, starting on Wednesday 18 July.  This is to enable work to be carried out on Floor 3, we will aim to return the books by the start of term.

There will be signs on Floor 3 to indicate that the books have been temporarily located on the left hand side of Floor 5 as you exit the staff lift or stair well.

If you do experience any problems locating stock then please go to the Service desk on Floor 3 and they will be able to help you.

For more information on the Remodelling program please visit the Library webpages.


July 13, 2007

Continued noise disruption

The contractors are now dismantling some of the partition walls on Floor 1 of the Library.  This is likely to be noisy and may disrupt your work.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and reccommend that you work either on the upper floors of the main Library building or on floor 3 of the extension building.

To find out more about the Remodelling project please visit the Library webpages


July 12, 2007

Noise Disruption

There is a possibility of noise disruption today because the contractors are drilling on the ground floor.

We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and reccommend that if you require quiet study space, you work in the Library extension building on the the 3rd floor.

For more information on the Remodelling project please visit the Library webpages


July 02, 2007

Changes to Short Loan Collection

The Short Loan Collection (SLC) stock is being moved from Floor 2 to Floor 3 in the Library.  This will enable us to continue to clear the second floor in readiness to hand it over to the contractors later this month.

The resources from SLC are still easily available, you just need to visit the temporary service desk on floor 3 and request your item.(mappdf.)

Access to Theses will now be limited to week days only, during office hours.  Please contact the Modern Records Centre for more information.

Visit the Library websiteto keep up to date with the Remodelling project


June 28, 2007

Library Remodelling – images of Floor 1

The Remodelling project is now really underway and the porters, student helpers and contractors have made a good start on dismantling the fixtures and fittings on Floor 1 of the Library. If you want to see what Floor 1 looks like devoid of people then visit the week 1 image gallery

There is some more information on stock moves too.  Floors 2, 3 and 4 are currently undergoing some stock relocation to create space for expansion.  If you can't find a particular resource then visit  the service desk on Floor 3 and ask, they will be more than happy help.

The enquiry desk on Floor 4 has been closed because it is very close to some shelving that is being erected.  If you have an enquiry about education, offical publications or law then go to the Floor 3 service desk and they will call the subject librarian to deal with your enquiry.


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