All 8 entries tagged Remodelling
June 26, 2007
- General Reference, Quick reference, Z's and all books from floor 1: Moved to Floor 3 extension next to Arts Abstracts
- Current Arts Periodicals: Moved to Floor 3 extension between PT's and Gen Ref, Z's
- Current Science Periodicals: Moved to first stack of periodicals shelving on floor 2 (where A's in the periodical sequence used to be)
June 25, 2007
After months and months of plannning the Library Remodelling project has begun! At 7:30am signs were put up to direct people to the side of the building opposite the Humanities building and so far so good.
The first floor has been closed so that it can be cleared, ready for the contractors next week. All services that are normally on floor 1 such as; issue desk, newspapers, general reference, self issue machines, photocopying etc. can be found on floor 3, close to the extension bridge.
June 12, 2007
On Monday 25 June the Library Remodelling project begins and the main Library entrance will be relocated to the side of the Library building opposite the Humanitites building.
Visit the Library Remodelling pages to find out more about what will be happening to your Library over the summer vacation
May 15, 2007
Further details of the Library Remodelling programme and how it might affect you are now available:
This programme may change as work progresses. We will let you know as soon as possible about any changes, but you can find out the latest information via the link above. More general information on the remodelling project can be found at.
Don’t forget, if you have any specific questions, you can email: email@example.com
March 14, 2007
There is an exhibition in the Library to explain what's going to be happening to the Library over the Summer vacation, so pop in and take a look. You can even ask us a question via the dedicated 'You Say, We Say' board.
For more inofrmation and images of the Library Remodelling Project visit www.go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-remodel
February 19, 2007
So far we've had some great suggestions on how to enhance and improve the internal central stairwell in the Library. There has been a lot of focus on the problems with sound in this area, we know that this is a particular concern and it's helpful to see that the ideas coming in are related to these issues.
But sound is not the only feature, it would be brilliant if we could get some more ideas on lighting, colour and art work to brighten the stairwell up and create a more attractive environment. If you have an idea or suggestion that you would like to put forward and you want the chance to win a digital camera visit http://go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-remodel to find out more.
February 16, 2007
The central stairwell inside the Library often features in your survey comments as being boring, drab, noisy, dark and unimaginative. Well now you have the opportunity to help change that and win a digital camera!
As part of the Library Remodelling project we are looking for your views on how we can improve this space. Do you have a great idea that could improve the environment, the ambience, the acoustics, the colour scheme, the texture or even ideas on art work that could be featured in the Library's internal stairwell? You can be as creative or as practical as you like, just go to http://go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-remodel to find out how to submit your suggestions.
The winning idea will be used to help inform thinking even further and may be incorporated into the final design. We are really looking forward to reviewing your ideas so give it a go and good luck!
January 30, 2007
This blog has been created to inform the Library users of the changes that will be occurring in the Library over the Summer 2007 vacation. It will be used as one of several communication channels to let people know about the following:
- the key benefits of the Library Remodelling Project
- images of the proposed changes
- provide links back to the Library website
- opportunity for users to ask questions
- inform users of changes to layout and stock during the project
In the meantime, for more information about the Library Remodelling Project visit http://go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-remodel