Let the “refurb” work begin!

Preparation work for the refurbishment of the second floor at the Sheila Silver Library has now started. The Academic Librarians have been on the move and can now be found in LS104 on the first floor of the Library, along with other members of LLI’s Academic Support Team.

The next big job is the removal of the book stock, PCs and furniture from the second floor. This will start on Saturday 23rd May and will take just over a week.

TDSC_1176he book stock is being relocated to the ground floor and the first floor. More information about their new home(s) can be found here

The second floor will be closed to all students, staff and visitors from Tuesday 26th May. If you need a book from the second floor whilst it is travelling around the Library to its new home, please put a hold on it or ask Library staff at the Help and Information Point.

Some of the book stock is being moved to the IT labs on the ground floor; G28 & G29. These labs will be closed from Saturday 23rd May so that the PCs can be disconnected and the furniture moved ready for the arrival of the book stock the following week.

MeaPerson fixing new shelvingnwhile at Headingley Library…..

Our Estates department have started to install the fixings for our new self service laptop lockers. This pilot scheme is due to start over the summer and will enable us to provide 24/7 access to laptops for the new academic year.

Picture of a refurbished IT lab in Headingley Library

Work in three IT teaching labs in the Headingley Library will also take place this summer.  Rooms 219, 221, and 225b will be given an new look and feel similar to the labs which were refurbished in 2014.

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