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COVID-19 Information: Overview

This guide lets you know the databases and resources available to you, both those provided by the library, and those provided for free by publishers.

IADT Library services and resources are available both online via the Library website and online discovery system.

Wednesday 5th May 2021

A limited number of study spaces are available to book in the Library on Level 1 and Level 2. Spaces must be reserved in advance using the Book a Study Space form HERE.

Please remember to wear a face covering and maintain social distancing while in the library. Please bring your IADT card to access the Library.

You can find info on how to access books here. We will still be operating our Click & Collect service (with limited collection times), our postal service, and our Scan & Deliver service.

Library staff will be available online from 09:00 – 17:00 to help when the Library space is closed.

Monday

Accessing the Library In Person

IADT Students and staff are permitted to visit the Library by appointment only. Click here to book. No other visitors are permitted to visit the Library.

 

In accordance with social distancing measures in the Atrium building, there is one entrance and one exit for the Library which are clearly signposted.

 

All visitors to the Library must wear a face covering at all times and use the hand sanitizer provided. Please also use the cleaning supplies provided to wipe down your study space before and after your visit. 

 

When entering and leaving the Library, staff and students are required to scan their IADT ID card at the designated point. This data is recorded for contact tracing purposes in the event of a case of COVID-19 occurring in the Library, will not be accessible to Library staff and will be stored in accordance with GDPR.

Protocol documents

Please see the two documents below for information on Library protocols during COVID-19 restrictions.