Changes to the spaces at Craiglockhart library
We have made some changes to the library spaces at Craiglockhart campus over the past few months. By removing unused bookshelves at the rear of the library the area is now much more open and the space is being used more effectively.
The relaxation space has been made larger and is brighter and less confined. There are lots of helpful books and posters promoting relaxation, taking time out from your studies and de-stressing. Look out for our different suggestions throughout the year from birdwatching to beachcombing. We have provided some new games, non-academic books and origami paper. We have increased the amount of seating and returned the cushions and throws to the area.
Our shelf help books are now in a dedicated space making them easier to find.
The jigsaw tables have been moved away from study spaces and there are extra puzzles to help complete.
There are 4 new single study booths and 2 extra round tables for groups, along with some new social seating. All these spaces are available on a first come first served basis so if you think you would like to use any of them, arrive early as they are proving popular!
Along with the changes to the library spaces some of our PCs now have dual monitors.
We hope you like the changes and think the new spaces are useful, and please remember, your feedback is always welcome.
We have access to shelf help through our blog https://libguides.napier.ac.uk/shelfhelp
And more information on Craiglockhart library https://my.napier.ac.uk/library/about-the-library/craiglockhart
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