It’s time to stop amending and re-reading and commit to getting those final pieces of work printed!
But before you do remember to save and back up all that hard work.
The Library web pages have detailed information and videos about how to print your work, including locations of printers. We have printers all floors of the Library so don’t waste time queuing on the ground floor. You can also use ones in the social learning spaces and Student Hub.
And did you know that you can send your work to print from your own device rather than having to log on to a University PC? Our YouTube video shows you how.
Make sure you have enough money on your Campus Card before you start to print – you can top up at the Kiosks on the ground floors of the Libraries or online. But if you’re graduating this year only add small amounts as all credit on your i-Print account will be cleared when you graduate.
Don’t let binding your work become a bind (!) – you can:
- bind it yourself at the City or Headingley Library. Buy a binding kit (binding comb, black card rear cover, clear PVC front cover) from Library staff for £1, and follow the instructions in our video
- or, from £2.50 the Print Room based at Headingley Campus will bind most assignments for you. Contact 0113 8123510 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (James Graham Building JG13) for more info. You will need to pay for this service in cash or by credit/debit card. You are not able to use the credit on your i-Print account.
And, like everything else to do with using the Library just Contact Us if you need any help.
The Library will be open 24/7 over Easter, self service only over the Easter weekend with IT support (including password resets) available on 0113 812 1000 or you can Chat with Us.
If you are coming onto campus don’t forget to bring your Campus Card with you. You need this to access Sheila Silver Library at all times and to use Headingley Library 19:00-08:30.
If you’re studying at home over Easter you can:
We’ll continue to automatically renew your loans on loan over the Easter Vacation but we’ll also ask you to return an item if it is needed by someone else so please remember to check your emails. You’ll still have a few days to return the item and you can post it to us if you can’t get back to campus.
Happy Easter from the Library!
Until the end of Semester 2 access to Sheila Silver Library will be limited to Leeds Beckett students, staff, and guest users. You will need to have your Campus Card (also known as your staff or student card) with you at all times to access the Sheila Silver Library.
Remember: If you leave the library to take a break or to get a drink or a snack, don’t forget to take your Campus Card with you, as you will need it to get back in!
This change is in response to your feedback, to help support your learning, and to give you priority in finding study spaces within the Library.
If you forget your Campus Card, you’ll still be able to enter the Library after a brief delay to sign in. If you have your Campus Card you’ll be able to enter immediately by scanning your card at the gate.
If you’ve lost your Campus Card you can get a replacement from the Student Hub. You’ll also need your card to prove your identity for your exams so now is a good time to sort this out.
If you don’t have a Campus Card but you’re attending an event in the Library such as an Open University Lecture staff will be able to sign you in.
Headingley Campus Library remains open to the public during the day as usual, as the infrastructure currently in place in the James Graham Building does not allow for restricted access.
The Library is still open 24/7 to all Leeds Beckett students and staff. Please note you will be breaching student regulations if you lend your Card to anyone else.