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Looking for a new place to study?
Why not try a change of scenery?

posted 10th May 2017 at 9:00am

Desperate for more spaces to study on campus? Staring daggers at the guy chewing a toffee apple on the silent study floor of the Library? Looking for a change of atmosphere to just sit down and revise? Well, you’re in luck!

Remember at the end of 2016 when over 3,000 students answered John-Paul Dickie's Learning Spaces survey asking you about the spaces around campus in which you go to study, learn and revise?

If you do, great! If you don’t, well… you’re forgiven. 2016 was a long time ago now.

Before setting off for new pastures, John-Paul worked hard on looking at ways to raise awareness of the learning spaces that are available on campus. Buildings and places that maybe you haven’t considered as study spaces that could be perfect for what you need.

If you feel you’re struggling for space, here is a handy guide of the core campus facilities and the times you can access them.

 

OPEN 24 HOURS

DAYTIME HOURS

AAD* DAVID CHIDDICK
ISAAC NEWTON* JUNXION
JOSEPH BANKS* LPAC
MHT* MINERVA
LIBRARY TOWER BAR (operational hours)
  THE SWAN (operational hours)

 

 

If you’re interested in seeing the results of the Learning Spaces survey, you find the full report HERE

AND, if you’d like more information on your campus facilities, be sure to visit: estates.lincoln.ac.uk/facilities/floor-plans-opening-times/

*Swipe card access.