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Perth College UHI Library

Perth College UHI Library user guide

Change to Library opening hours

LIBRARY TERM TIME HOURS

Mon - Thu 8 am - 8 pm

Friday - 8 am - 4.45 pm 

 

 

Printing

Printing, scanning and photocopying facilities are available in the Library on floor 1 and floor 2.  Each Perth College student will receive £8 print credit at the start of term. Once that credit is used you will be unable to print until you top up your print credit. To top up print credit you can go to reception in ASW or to the issue desk in the library. You can top up your print credit with any amount. 

You will need your student ID to access the printer and to top up your print credit.

For more information on printing facilities, please speak to a member of the Library team.  

Printing from your phone or laptop/tablet is also available. For further information on the Mobile Printing service please ask at the issue desk.

For information on the cost of printing and how to print in colour, etc. please ask at the issue desk.

ICT Support

 

NEW IN THE LIBRARY

We now have short loan laptops for students to borrow, these are for library use only

The ICT team are friendly and very helpful.  They are available to help you with any technical problems you may have, e.g. connecting to the WiFi, using the computers or printer etc.

You can report any ICT issues through the UniDesk self-service portal. 

There are mobile phone chargers situated around the library.

If you would like help brushing up your ICT skills, e.g. learning how to create a document in Microsoft Office, please look out for the drop-in study skills sessions.  

If you do not have access to ICT equipment speak to your PAT who may be able to arrange for you to borrow a laptop for your studies.

Using a computer

There are 15 PCs on floor one and a further 8 PCs on floor 2 as well as 8 Apple Macs in the Library.  You can also borrow a laptop on a short loan for library use only.

To log on to a computer enter your student ID number and password.  If you have any problems logging on, please speak to a member of staff in the library.

Remember to sign out of the computer when you are finished and save your work regularly. Personal belongings will be removed if left by a student in an attempt to reserve a PC.

image of Library computers and study area