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IT systems at the University of Lincoln are now back up and running following a previous ‘power outage’.
A new web app has been created by the University of Lincoln library to help students find available computers.
You’ve made it. You’re officially a university student and, much like the excessive binge drinking, a three year commitment to the library probably wasn’t mentioned at open days.
Written by Angeline McCall. After months of debate, Lincolnshire County Council members have voted to cut library services. The county reported that the change is needed to make £1.7 million government savings.
Almost £200,000 has been raised by the University of Lincoln from library fines over the last two years. John Fernandez reports.
Students who complete this year’s National Student Survey between Monday, January 24th and Sunday, February 6th can claim £5 in printing credit.
The first Student Council of 2011 saw too few turn up to vote on issues but many topics were discussed to be investigated further.
The university’s library has cancelled their Ebrary subscription as it was not cost effective and is working to replace all used titles by buying them outright.
Lincoln students have handed over thousands of pounds to the library in the past few years, with figures suggesting this year to be the library’s biggest haul yet.
The Linc takes a look at what services and facilities the university has improved over the summer. Interactive map of developments inside this article.