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Homepage / Changes to library services over the Christmas period

Changes to library services over the Christmas period

08/12/2020

Kings Norton Library and Barrington Library buildings will close at 4pm on Friday 18 December and reopen on Monday 4 January.

Most of our resources (databases, eJournals and eBooks) are available via our website 24/7, as are our referencing and research support areas and lots more. You may also find it helpful to search our blog as many of our previous posts answer frequently asked questions.

Please use our Click and Collect service before we close to borrow any books you might need over the holiday period.

If you are staying on the Cranfield campus, study spaces will be available in Building 37.

Our Information Specialists will be checking the main library email accounts 20-24 December and 27-30 December. If you need help using our resources during these times, please contact them via library@cranfield.ac.uk for Cranfield campus library services (including School of Management staff and students who would normally contact MIRC staff), and library.barrington@cranfield.ac.uk for the Shrivenham site. If you have a more in-depth enquiry we will invite you to an live online support session via Teams, which will run twice over the period as well. Please be aware that these services will be run by a single member of staff, so some enquiries may not be dealt with until all staff return to work in the new year.

Photo by Drew Coffman on Unsplash

Written by: Karyn Meaden-Pratt

Written By: Tom Jaycocks

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