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SIM Library Updates – No Book Shelves, Longer Opening Hours and Refurbished Spaces from 1 July 2022

by Debra L'Angellier on 2022-06-29T15:04:00+08:00 | Comments

You can look forward to these exciting new developments to SIM library.

‘Shelfless’ Library

From 1 July 2022, all the physical items such as books, AV materials, and journals will be kept in a separate space and you will no longer be able to see any bookshelves in SIM Library.

Users may simply search and request for these print books via the SIM Library’s online library catalogue, OneSearch. When the requested books are available for pick up, library users will be informed via email and SMS and they can then collect the books from either the Library Counter (full-time students, faculty, and staff) or from the Express Collect Locker at Blk A Level 2, Outside SIM Library (part-time students).

More information on SIM Library’s borrowing privileges.

How to use the https://vimeo.com/713910586

 

Longer Opening Hours

SIM Library will be extending its opening hours from 1 July 2022.

The new opening hours are as follows:

Mondays to Fridays - 9.00am to 9.00pm

Saturdays - 9.00am to 5.00pm

Closed on Sundays

 

Group Discussion Rooms

In March 2022, SIM Library refurnished its group discussion rooms. There are 6 group discussion rooms (6 pax each) with interactive digital whiteboards, thematic interiors and colourful acoustic walls located at Blk B Level 1. You will need to book these rooms to use them.

There are also 3 new privacy pods (1 pax each) for video conferencing. These are located within SIM Library.

More details of the SIM Library spaces and printing services can be found here.

If you have any questions just drop us an email at ask@suss.libanswers.com.

Please continue to stay safe, healthy, and happy.

 


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