Answered By: Andrew Willan
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2015     Views: 92

LIPA (Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts) provides a specialist Learning Resource Centre (LRC) devoted to the performing arts, tailored to the needs of staff and students at the institution.

The LRC is part of the Liverpool Libraries Together partnership and as such welcome visitors from participating institutions which includes the University of Liverpool. The LRC is unable to provide access on demand but if access is required, then an appointment should be made in advance: lrc@lipa.ac.uk / 0151 330 3111. When making an appointment, it should be specified which materials are required for consultation. Every effort will be made to accommodate visitors but this cannot be guaranteed.

When visiting, it is necessary to bring your valid University student or staff ID card for identification.

The following restrictions apply to visitors:

  • Some printed materials may be photocopied (in accordance with the CLA Licensed Copying User Guidelines which are displayed above the photocopier)
  • No copying of audio material (CDs, cassettes, vinyl), videos, DVDs or scores is permitted
  • No items may be borrowed
  • There is no access to computing facilities (including scanning) or electronic resources.

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