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University of York Library any time from Christmas Eve
This Christmas, the University of York Library will be getting some new toys...
Turnstiles in operation at York from 9am on Christmas Eve
The Brynmor Jones Library at Hull already needs you to use your University card to get in and out of the building - it's a handy way to track how the library is being used throughout the day. At York a similar system has been in operation during night-time hours, and from 9am on 24th December, the University of York will be switching the turnstiles on full time in the Morrell Library. This means that from then on, whenever you visit the Library you’ll need to use your University card to operate the turnstiles. If you forget your card, or you’re not a member of the University, staff at the Reception will help you access the Library.
There's more information about the new turnstiles policy at York, and why it's being introduced, at the University of York website.
New IT Support model at York from 4th January
From the start of term, IT Support at the University of York will be moving to the Library Help Desk in Morrell. This will mean the service can be open for longer hours: 9am-7pm on weekdays, and 10am-6pm at the weekend. There will also be appointment bookings for more complex IT enquiries.
More information about the new Library & IT Help Desk is at the University of York website.