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Library Dissertation Hand-in Tip 9

 
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Library Dissertation Hand-in Tip 9
by Alice Primmer - Friday, 13 April 2018, 11:39 AM
 

With only two weeks to go until Dissertation Hand-in the Library gets noticeably busier for study spaces, so here's a few tips for where to study.

* Choose the best space for your study needs - if you're looking for silence the second floor has 56 individual study booths, the first floor is for quiet study but if you'd like to work in a space with friends, speak to Library staff about booking a group work room or move to the ground floor where we allow noisy study. Please respect other Library Users by keeping noise to a minimum on the first floor and being silent on the second floor.

* Generally, Wednesdays are our quietest days and we're normally less busy in the late afternoons during the rest of the week, so with the ground floor open 24/7 you may find that studying into the evening works best for you.

* Also remember that the Hub has a lot of different seating options, so if you fancy a change of environment just remember to check any Library books out before leaving!