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Using the libraries

You can visit any of our libraries for study, browsing or to collect reserved items (Click and Borrow service)

All our libraries have open access study spaces (non-bookable) as well as bookable study spaces for those who need access to specialist study.

This will differ at each site but may include:

  • Individual study spaces – silent study areas where social distancing is required
  • Group study rooms
  • Macs/PCs
  • Height adjustable tables
  • Special collections viewing requests

Contact us via Ask if you need help.

  • Student scanning a book on a borrowing machine


    Joining, borrowing limits and interlibrary loans.

  • Student using a printer


    Copying, printing, and scanning options - and information about copyright.

  • Student using a printer

    Learning Zones

    Flexible study spaces, open to all students.

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    Ana Escobar, LCF library 2013 by Anna Escobar

    Support for researchers

    Support and resources for your research, on campus and online.

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    Caroline Claisse: Wheelbarrow Chair, London College of Communication. Photo by Sandra-Reed, 2012., Caroline Claisse: Wheelbarrow Chair, London College of Communication. Photo by Sandra Reed, 2012.
    | Photograph: Sandra Reed

    Disabled and dyslexic students

    How we can support you, including regular 1:1 sessions.

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    Ana_Escobar, LCF Library. Image by Ana Escobar , 2013

    Alumni and visitors

    We are currently allowing limited booked visitor access to the libraries, archives and special collections

Our service

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