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Reinventing LSE Library

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Bag from the Dead: Beanbags Return to the Library

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LSE Library ‘Excited’ to Announce Several Square Metres of New Floor Space

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New Year, New LSE

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2016 came around and it seems like the whole of LSE has decided to make their New Year resolution to go out less. That, and to go out better – a.k.a no more painful nights of regret, downing jagerbombs like fruit juice at Saucy. If your drinking and general sinning over the Christmas holidays hadn’t persuaded you to revaluate your life and change your ‘I’m a fresher this year doesn’t…

Revision period doesn’t have to mean library purgatory

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Most of us think revision period and we think posting up in the library (not club) for an unspeakable amount of hours, perhaps days (you can technically sleep on the bean bags and it’s open 24/7 now…I am not at all condoning that, though). However, it certainly does not have to be that way. Follow these tips for making your study sessions slightly, if not completely, more bearable: 1. Before…

LSE Library Launches Access to BoB

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by Peter Carrol LSE students and staff now have access to BoB (Box of Broadcasts), a shared online TV and radio recording service for UK higher and further education institutions. BoB enables viewers to choose and record any broadcast programme from 60+ TV and radio channels, including BBC, ITV and Channel 4. The recorded programmes are then kept indefinitely and added to BoB’s growing media archive of over 1 million…

LSE Library to Suspend Fines

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by Peter Carrol The Library is changing its policy for overdue books during Michaelmas term. If you have an overdue loan you will no longer be charged a fine- but you won’t be able to borrow anything else until your overdue book is either returned or renewed. Books that have been requested by another student must be returned. The Library has moved to Library Search, a new collection management system,…