Learning Hub (Building L24)
The Student Study and Resource Centre (Building L24) houses the Learning Hub, a technical support service, University Library book drop and a drop-in point for Education Liaison Librarians and Study Support Advisors.
The Learning Hub
The Learning Hub is a resource base that primarily supports the work and study of staff and student teachers at the Institute of Education.
The Learning Hub has a wide range of resources to aid teaching and lesson planning, including a substantial collection of children's literature, teaching schemes, reading schemes, Big Books, puppets and posters, all of which are available for term-long loan.
Students also have access to a small reference collection of academic textbooks covering all aspects of education and educational practice. These books are available for students to use while at the Learning Hub.
Study Space and Computing Facilities
The Learning Hub has space for both quiet and group study. There are three PCs available as well as charging points and Wi-Fi access for students to use their own devices. Students and staff also have access to a multifunctional device (MFD) which can print, copy or scan.
The technical area offers a range of services including submission binding and laminating. There is also a small stock of stationery and art materials for sale.
Digital cameras, flip video cameras, digital voice recorders and other equipment are available for short term loan.
The Resources Technician is Chris Tibbenham and he can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0118378 2717.
The Technician is 'on-call' and may not always be available.
University Library services
Students can return University Library loans via the Book Drop which is in the L24 foyer, open weekdays 07:30-21:00.
University Library staff visit to meet students in Room G01. University Liaison Librarians hold regular drop in sessions:
Study Advisers can meet you here by appointment. Contact them on 0118 378 4242, email@example.com or access a wide range of study guides and links to further online resources at: www.reading.ac.uk/library/study-advice.