|Membership Category||Number of Items|
|Masters & Postgraduate Diploma Students||10|
|Doctoral Postgraduate Students||12|
|External Readers||4 (no short loan items)|
|Item Type||Loan Period|
|Standard Loan||2 weeks|
|Short Loan (U prefix & yellow label)||1 week|
|Reference (R prefix)||Cannot be borrowed|
|High Demand (blue label)||4 hours (stays in building)|
|DVD (N prefix)||3 days|
Standard & Short Loan Items - 50 cent per day
High Demand - 1 euro per hour
NOTE: You will not be allowed borrow a book if you owe €5 or more.
Boole Library: Automatic Returns Unit
To the right of the Library & IT Desk in the Boole Library
1. Touch the start button on the screen to initiate the process.
2. Place the item, barcode facing up and away from you, on the bed and let the conveyor belt take it in.
If you put the next item on the bed too quickly the screen will turn red and the book will be ejected. This will also happen if the book is not facing in the right direction.
3. When you've finished just touch the "press here to quit" button.
Outside of Opening Times: Use the Book Bin in the Quadrangle Reading Room. You will need your Smartcard to enter this room.
High Demand books: return these in the High Demand room.
Brookfield: Please use the self-issue machines and book bins or call to the Service Desk.
Use a self-issue machine
Boole Library: 3 on the ground floor near the elevators, 1 on the second floor near the Information Point.
Brookfield Library: 2 near Service Desk.
Scan your Smartcard barcode under the red light. This activates your Library Account.
Place the item you wish to borrow in the V with the barcode on the front cover facing up.
Slide the book away from you so that the barcode is scanned by the red beam.
If the book scans correctly a green box will appear on the screen and the machine will make a "thunk" sound. The title etc. of the book will appear on the screen.
When you have finished checking out all items press the "touch here to end" button to get a receipt with the due dates shown, or email a receipt to yourself.
Remember, if you have overdue books, you will receive an "unresolved issues" message and you will have to ask a member of staff for help.