Last updated: Tuesday 13 October
The Kimberlin Library is open to students for studying and browsing of print collections. During the first few weeks of October access is walk-in with your ID card and you will NOT need to make an advance booking. We will be launching a booking system later in the term and will let you know when it is available.
Study capacity is reduced due to social-distancing protocols and we'll be limiting the number of students who can study in the building at any one time. To allow fair access for all, we ask you to limit your visit to the library to two hours at a time. Further information is available here.
The Greenhouse is also open on a first-come, first-served basis and the Eric Wood Learning Zone will be available in the near future.
To ensure you have the best experience possible when using the library, please follow social-distancing rules, use the library for individual study only (no group study is available), follow the one way system, regularly wash your hands and wear face coverings at all times. Please use DMU Safe trace (scan the QR codes) whenever you visit the learning spaces.
If you have a question about using our services and facilities, visit our website, contact our team via LibChat or email email@example.com
For the latest on the opening hours of Library and Learning Services spaces check our website here.
We look forward to welcoming you to our spaces.