Noise in the library: how to let us know if you are being disturbed

We ask all users of The Sir Duncan Rice Library to be considerate to others studying and focusing upon exam revision. Exams can be a time of stress so, please think of other library users as you revise and while you move around the building. As you walk out of the library, remember that people sat in their seats are still working. 

silence

The Sir Duncan Rice Library provides a range of spaces for different types of use, from completely silent to more informal group working areas. In general, the library gets quieter as you move up the floors, with floor 7 being the quietest. It is also noisier near the lifts but gets quieter as you move across to the south side of the building.

Find out more about our silent study spaces in the relevant “Did You Know…?” post.

During this important time, we try to ensure that a quiet, safe and clean study environment is in place for all users.  Please remember that if you are being disturbed by others using the library, you can speak to library staff. You can find us in the offices and at information points on Floors 1-6 Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 17:00. All other times speak with members of staff at the Information Centre on Floor 1 and on the Welcome Desk.

For any comments or questions on our service provision and policies, do not hesitate to get in touch through Facebook, Twitter or via email.

F:  http://www.facebook.com/biblio.teque/
T:  https://twitter.com/aberdeenunilib
E: library@abdn.ac.uk

Staff at all libraries would like to wish all our students the best of luck in all their exams!

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