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Return of visitors to Forum, Old, Penryn and St Luke's (Haighton) libraries

Return of visitors

Members of the public can use the Forum library for reference use only during staffed hours.

Alumni and other registered external visitors can also use St Luke's Haighton library once again.  A swipe card is required for entry to St Luke's Haighton library.

Visitors to Penryn Campus Library.

 

Visiting hours

Visitors should use the library during staffed hours which are currently: 

9.00 - 6.00 Monday to Friday at Forum library

10.00 - 6.00 Saturdays to Sundays at Forum library

10.00 - 4.00 Monday to Friday at St Luke's Library (Haighton)

9.00 - 6.00 Monday to Friday at Old Library (enquiries to staff at Forum library)

 

NHS QR codes

Please use the NHS app QR codes at the library entrances to register for track and trace.

 

Visitor guidelines

  • Please wear a mask inside the library unless you are exempt
  • Please use the cleaning stations to wipe down study spaces before and after use
  • Please seek help at the enquiry desk on level 0 of Forum library and Ground floor of St Luke's Haighton library.

 

Get in touch in advance

Please email library@exeter.ac.uk in advance of your visit if you have any special requirements.  Please note the library continues to operate with a reduced staffing capacity.


Welcome to the Exeter Maths School LibGuide

Use this guide to find out about the University of Exeter library and information resources available to you

Library Essentials @ Exeter

Email: library@exeter.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 1392 723867

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The Forum Library is open to visitors during these hours:

Monday - Friday

08:00 - 20:00

Saturday - Sunday &
Bank Holidays

10:00 - 18:00

How to find books on the shelves

Click on the image below to open the Quick Guide.

Exeter Maths School Library tutorial

Visiting the Forum Library

Exeter Maths School students are welcome to visit the Forum Library (Streatham Campus, Exeter).

You can use the print collections (for reference only) when you visit and you don't need to register for this.

Mathematics and Statistics books are located on Floor 0 (Ground Floor) of the Forum Library between the classmarks 510-519. 

 Click here to find out how books are organised in the library.

Before you visit

Library Search

You may want to search our library catalogue before you visit to make sure we hold the information you are looking for in our library collection. Use Library Search (below) to find textbooks, ebooks, journals, articles and more.

 

Quick tip:
     If you are searching for books and journal titles, click on the Catalogue tab once you have carried out the initial search.
     This will refine your results to only show e-books, print books and journal titles

Videos to help you use Library Search

Searching by topic video
Finding journal articles
Accessinjg online journals video
Please note: You need to be in the physical libray in order to access our online journals and databases

Using the University online resources

 Our online licence agreements allow on-campus access only for non-university staff and students so you will need to physically visit the Forum Library (Streatham Campus, Exeter) if you would like to use our online collections.

Our Walk-in access allows you to use dedicated PCs in order to access a range of online material (ID required).
 


To access our online resources:

1.  Go to the Library Enquiry Desk and ask Library Staff for Walk-In access.

2.  You will be asked to complete a registration form and show ID (ideally including photo and proof of address) each time you want to use the online resources.

3. By registering as a walk-in user, you indicate an agreement to comply with the acceptable use policy and copyright law.

Top tip: Bring a USB memory stick along with you to save any files you want to keep

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