Relocation of Management Books and Medical Science Periodicals
Management books are currently located in the Main Library, in the corridor next to the Hebrew and Jewish studies collections on the 2nd floor, which is accessible from the Library once in place. This is to accommodate the temporary move of the Cruciform Library collection to the Science Library while refurbishments take place. Please ask staff at the Main Library Issue Desk for help with locating the Management collection in its new location.
Medical Science Periodicals will move to the Store and are available by request via Explore for collection at the Science Library Assistance Desk..
|Address and contact details
- Address: Wilkins Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT
- Issue Desk: 020 7679 7792
- Account queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Enquiries: email@example.com
- Nearest tube stations: Euston, Euston Square, Goodge Street, Warren
- Other ways of getting in touch: Come in to the issue or enquiry desks and we'll be happy to help. You can also see our Contacting Us webpages..
|Subject coverage and guides
The Main Library houses collections relating to the following
For a detailed guide to the Library's provision in a subject click on the relevant
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The Main Library is located on the 1st floor of the Wilkins Building.
The easiest way to reach it is to enter the main UCL site via the Gower Street entrance, walk around the left hand side of the central portico and enter the door at the top of the ramp. Once inside, turn left and go through the door at the end of the small corridor. The library entrance and reception desk are to the right, adjacent to the Octagon.
Detailed map of the area
Most floors and collections are now accessible from the lift installed next to the Library's main entrance. There are, however, a few parts of certain collections that remain difficult to access due to the nature of the Main Library buildings. For details of which collections are involved and how to make arrangements to over come any difficulties, please see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/Library/disabil.shtml or contact the Library's Disabled Users' Officer, Matthew Reynolds or phone 020 7679 7110.
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There are four multi-functional devices in the library which offer copying, scanning to email and printing for UCL staff and students. All other visitors to the library can use the devices for copying. All copying is subject to copyright regulations.
Using the machines:
UCL staff and students need to present their UCL ID at the device to activate it. Credit can be added to your account using cask at the available kiosk.
All other visitors should obtain a log-in code and credit their account at the kiosk.
Staff and students should send printing to the printer named "print-ucl"
Cost of copying and printing:
A4 black and white (single or double-sided) = 5p per sheet
A4 colour (single-side) = 25p per sheet
A4 colour (double-sided) = 40p per sheet
A3 black and white (single or double-sided) = 10p per sheet
A3 colour (single-side) = 50p per sheet
A3 colour (double-sided) = 90p per sheet
Four combined DVD players (2 with VIDEO facilities) are available in the viewing room (including Region 1 and Blueray options) which can be accessed just to the right of the Reference
Room; headphones are available for use within the room. Many DVD's are available from the Issue Desk room.
The Main Library has an Information Systems cluster room with 10 workstations; it is situated just
beyond the Flaxman Gallery, on the left hand side behind the photocopiers. There are also a few workstations in the Hebrew and Jewish Studies section on the 2nd floor located straight ahead as you reach the top of the main entrance stairway as well as in Dutch (along the end of History) where there are 8 workstations. Also see Student Computer Workroom Information Pages or ask library staff.
Inter Library Loans
The Main Library participates in the centralised inter library
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Last modified 6th December 2013.