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Meteorology Library: Welcome

A guide to facilities and services offered by the Meteorology Library in the Meteorology Department.

Welcome to the Meteorology Library guide....

Meteorology Librarian

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Catherine Turner
Contact:
I am usually available in the Meteorology Library on Tuesdays and Fridays 08:30 - 13:30.
0118 378 7984

 

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Welcome back for the autumn term!

Due to the current situation, we are accessing the library a bit differently:

Click and Collect - we are offering a click and collect service during the Autumn term.  Please check the catalogue for the item you require, making sure it is available in the Meteorology Library, then email the librarian c.v.turner@reading.ac.uk with your request.

Please return items to the returns box at the library entrance.  They will be checked back in on the system by a member of the library staff.  Do not put any items back on the shelves.  The books will be quarantined for 72 hours before being re-shelved.  

Group study area -  Under current health and safety guidelines, 3 people can be seated in the group study area. Please follow the signage on seating spaces.

There are 2 seating spaces at the window in the library area.  The window seating spaces are for those looking at the books and making enquiries with the librarian. If you are looking at books, please sanitise your hands beforehand.  If you take a book off the shelf to look through, but don't borrow it, please place it in the returns box by the entrance.

Quiet study area -  Under the current health and safety guidelines, this area can have 7 people in at one time.  Please follow the signage on seating spaces.

Most of our resources can be accessed online as eBooks and eJournals through our library catalogue.  PhDs can be accessed through Ethos and details about accessing MSc dissertations and BSc Projects can be found on the corresponding tabs above.

Please let us know of any problems by emailing met-librarian@reading.ac.uk 

 

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