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Library Wellbeing Games Collection: Game on!

Game on with #UoELibGames

We recognise that it is healthy to take some 'time out' away from your study, research and work activities. Playing games can support your wellbeing by bringing some light relief and enjoyment to stressful times, as well as combating loneliness by supporting community interactions.

Wellbeing Books

 

You may also want to take advantage of our Wellbeing and Leisure book collection which contains books to help you understand and manage your health and wellbeing, and a number of fiction and non fiction titles that you can read for general relaxation, enjoyment and advice on everyday living.

 

Share!

We'd love to see photos of you enjoying the games, and examples of your drawing and colouring creations.

 

Use #UoELibGames to share your photos on social media and tag us

 @ExeterUniLib (Twitter) or @exeterunilib (Instagram)

 

Instagram  Twitter  

Online Jigsaws

If you are missing the Library jigsaws, you can still get your puzzle fix with an online jigsaw. 

Try these great examples from Jigsaw PlanetClick on the screenshot below to explore the available puzzles.

Jigsaw planet

Community Use

These games are for use within the library.  Be mindful of other library users and don't disturb other library users with noisy game play. 

The Library Lounge area at the Level 0 entrance is an ideal spot for game play as it is a noisier and busier part of the library.

In less busy times such as late evening, weekends or vacations, you are welcome to take the games into other library spaces such as the group study rooms.

Just return items to the stand once you have finished playing.   


Enjoy!

 

If you belong to a staff or student society and wish to use the games at a workshop or event, please see staff at the Library Helpdesk.

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