The library scanning service helps staff make book chapters and journal articles more easily accessible for to your students. Our Scanning team will digitise the material and add the PDF files to GCULearn. You can then link to them from your module pages.
For more information about the scanning service and to request a new scan please complete the online request form on our scanning web page.
If you wish to renew existing scans, please email the team and include ‘Renew existing scans’ in the Subject line of your email. Please include your department, module code/trimester, module title, course leader and number of students. Please submit your requests for 2015/16 as early as possible
If you have any other queries about the scanning service please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Study space in the library is in high demand.
Please don’t leave personal belongings to reserve a space in the Library.
Not only do you risk having your belongings stolen you are also depriving your fellow students of the opportunity to use a much-needed study space.
Following consultation with the Students’ Association, and after a poll on the topic – from Monday 23rd March 2015 library staff will implement a policy of removing unattended belongings to make PCs and study space available for other people to use.
The PCs in the Library will also auto log-off after periods of inactivity, and any PC which isn’t logged on will be made available for use by another person.
Do not leave your work station and belongings unattended at any time. Removed property can be collected from the Campus Security Office.
Important Message Concerning Scheduled Examinations
The University is currently open and today’s scheduled examinations are proceeding as timetabled. The morning examinations proceeded with a normal attendance of students and staff. For this afternoon’s assessments many students are already on campus and more are arriving at the University. The decision has therefore been taken to proceed with the assessments as scheduled. Depending on the impact of the weather on attendance at this afternoon’s examinations, options will be considered with a view to ensuring that no student is disadvantaged. Students please check e-mails for further information.”