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Teachers at partnership schools – University of Reading

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Teachers at partnership schools

As a teacher at a partnership school you can join the Library as an External borrower at the discounted rate of £45 per year.

Applying for borrowing rights

  1.  Download the External borrowers application form (PDF).
    Printed copies are also available from the Ground Floor Information Desk in the URS Building.  
  2. Send the completed form to the Library User Services Team (see contact us for our postal address) or email it to library@reading.ac.uk
  3. If eligible, you will be invited to register and to pay the appropriate fee detailed above.
  4. Registration in person is only available at the Ground Floor Information Desk in the URS Building from 09:00 - 17:00, Monday to Thursday or 10:00 - 17:00 on Fridays. If you cannot visit during these hours please contact the Library User Services Team (email: library@reading.ac.uk  or telephone: (0118) 378 8770) to make alternative arrangements.

See our Privacy notice (PDF) for information on what personal information we collect, hold and share in order to provide Library services to you and your rights in respect of the data we hold about you.

Borrowing

You will be given an External borrowers card which gives you access to the Library and enables you to borrow:

  • five standard or term loan items
  • these can be borrowed for up to three weeks unless recalled by another person
  • you will be fined 80p per day for late returns  

Using self-service features on the catalogue

When you register you will be given a PIN which you can use to access the self-service features on the catalogue system, such as renewing your loans, placing holds (on Standard loan items only), and viewing your account.

If you forget your PIN, just contact us for a reminder, but please be prepared to quote your Library card number.

Further information

For further information on access to the Library please contact us.

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