Havering Campus Library
The Havering Library is situated in Harold Wood, and focuses particularly on subjects related to the Institute of Health and Social Care. Its book collection covers healthcare and nursing-related subjects. There are spaces in the library for solitary and group work, including a 'pod' for silent study.
There are PCs to use, plus laptops to borrow. For printing, there are Multi-function printer - scanner- photocopiers within the library.
Borrowing a Laptop
Laptops are available for students to borrow from the Library help desk.
We have 5 laptops that you can borrow from the Library Help Desk.
2 laptops are Overnight Loans and can be taken home, but must be returned by 10am the following day.
Software currently on our laptops includes: Microsoft Office packages; web browsers; Claro Read; Mind Manager and SPSS.
We also have a projector that can be borrowed from the Help Desk. This must be returned 15 minutes before the Help Desk closes.
If you are an NHS Trust Member from one of the following Trusts:
You can apply for a membership card for access to Havering Campus Library only.
Staff from the above NHS Trusts can use the library catalogue and study space and are able to borrow 2 books.
Students can connect to the Eduroam Wi-Fi network on their phone and laptop devices using their LSBU e-mail and password. For further assistance connecting to Eduroam, please click here to view our help sheet.
Alumni and external visitors can connect to our LSBU Visitor Wi-Fi by signing up for an account on the log-in screen which grants you 24 hours of access.
Staff at our help desk are available to help you with any enquiries related to your library account and borrowing from the library.
They can also assist with finding books and resources in the library and online.
We also have a self-service machine to issue and return books.
Student IT Support
If you experience any problems when trying to access your LSBU IT accounts, you can come along to our help desk, where staff will be able to assist in gaining access. If we cannot resolve the problem directly at the help desk, we will be able to refer to the relevant team.
We can also help with using Microsoft Office, downloading software, printing and connecting mobile devices to wi-fi and email.
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