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The UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health Library will be having a complete makeover this summer. To carry out this work we will be closing from the 19 June until mid-August.
What services will available while the library is shut?library staff will be available to help students and staff in the Wolfson Centrescheduled training sessions will carry on as advertisedstaff will also be available for one to one support
Where else can I study?
You can use any of UCL’s libraries. The closest one is the School of Pharmacy Library
What about borrowing books & using the MSc. dissertations held in the library? What about returning books?
Unfortunately, the library will be a building site and entry will not be permitted for library staff or users. Borrowing will not be possible and we regret that we cannot operate a fetching service.
Please borrow all the books you need before the 19th June, they won’t be due before 25th September. If you need to return your books before the li…
UCL and Great Ormond Street hospital now have access to Emcare (Ovid)
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