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IT Services has confirmed that due to essential maintenance, the Printanywhere service will be unavailable until further notice.
During this time, you will not be able to send documents to print from your personal devices using the Printanywhere service. Printing from a University classroom PC will not be affected.
You can still send documents to the printer from your devices using our WebPrint service. More information on this can be found here.
Remember, WebPrint is not suitable for printing law essays as it defaults to double sided printing and this cannot be changed. Please, use a classroom PC instead, and select Print One Sided option before sending your document to the MFD.
If you need further help, please get in touch with us.
Taylor Library Team
During revision and exam weeks the Taylor Library will be relaxing the rules on laptops in the silent study area. Under normal circumstances laptops and other electronic devices are not permitted beyond the spiral stairs in D block on floor 1 but between 28th November and 19th December you will be able to use them at any study space in the library. As always please be aware of the plight of other students around you.
Happy studies and good luck!
Taylor Library Staff
We understand the desire to keep your study space when using the library at this time of year. However please be aware that the maximum length of time it is acceptable to leave your space with unattended personal items is 30 minutes, as per library regulation 5.5. Items left longer than this maybe taken to the staff office to await collection. There is heavy competition for study spaces at this time of year and this is the fairest way to minimize frustration for everyone. Please remember that if you do choose to leave any belongings in the library, you do so at your own risk. Any questions please ask a member of staff.