This information was updated on 12 January 2021.
Following the latest national restrictions, Library and Learning Services spaces will remain open on an essential only basis. We ask that you only visit to study or to collect materials if it is essential.
We are supporting your studies remotely so that you can work online and stay home in line with government and university guidance.
You can access our electronic library resources 24/7. For those not on campus we are also offering a postal loans service for items available in print format only. Further information on borrowing, renewing and returning items, including how we have adapted in light of the current lockdown, is available.
Find out how we are supporting your research and independent study. You can get help from specialists in learning and academic skills support, including research and referencing, academic writing, maths/statistics and digital skills via online tutorials, drop-ins, live chat and online workshops. Additional study help is available through Studiosity 24/7 and LinkedIn Learning provides access to online courses and videos.
Our spaces are open for essential access only, for students on specified early-return courses returning to campus for face-to-face teaching from 11 January, students who remained in their term time halls of residence, and students who would otherwise face hardship (e.g. no access to IT at home). In all cases you should only utilise campus resources when you have to, in order to reduce footfall on campus.
Kimberlin Library and the Eric Wood Learning Zone are open 7 days a week. Check our opening hours before you visit. Our opening hours are subject to change, based on staff availability and government guidelines. The Law Library and Greenhouse remain closed.
To keep you and our staff safe while using our spaces for study or for collecting print stock:
All students are expected to undertake two lateral flow Covid-19 tests, with negative results, before returning to campus and making use of all services and facilities, including library visits. DMU’s testing centre at The Watershed has now reopened and information on booking an asymptomatic test is available.
Further information on DMU’s guidance on return to campus can be found here and the revised guidance for English universities, including on library provision, is available.
We will continue to work with the university to monitor and review the situation and to support your learning within the scope of local and national guidance.
Stay safe and well.