Answered By: Robert Cole
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2017     Views: 98

If you find computers or study spaces have been blocked by someone leaving their belongings but not actually working there, please contact the roving library assistant/rovers or another member of library staff. A break of up to 30 minutes is considered acceptable but no more. The Library has a No Parking policy to monitor this, which is particularly enforced during the assessment periods.

Our roving library assistants/rovers are on duty Monday - Friday between 9:00am - 5:00pm, except during the summer vacation. They supervise the various group/quiet/silent study zones within the library, monitoring the levels of noise and addressing problems as they arise.

Simply let us know your study location and we'll send someone along:

Harold Cohen Library
Text: 07807 106702 / Email: hclnoise@liverpool.ac.uk

Sydney Jones Library
Text: 07807 106703 / Email: sjlnoise@liverpool.ac.uk

At all other times, or in the Leahurst or London Campus libraries, speak to a member of staff at the Help Desk.

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