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Library announcements

Library services during COVID-19

by Troy Rodrigues on 2021-02-05T16:07:00+08:00 | Comments

Updated 1st March 2021

All Library branches are currently open but with reduced capacity in line with State Government guidance.

Scan in using the SafeWA app

You must scan into any sign-posted venues with a QR code upon entry using the SafeWA mobile app. Please be aware that it is now mandatory to scan the SafeWA QR code at the entry to food outlets, even for takeaway only customers. This includes Café Kadjininy.

Reduced capacity

We have reduced seating in computer labs, learning common areas and study zones to ensure physical distancing.

Keeping you safe

The safety of our students, staff and visitors to our campus is our number one priority. It is the responsibility of anyone returning to campus to adhere to our COVID-19 Campus Protocols, so we can continue to ensure our campuses remain safe places for everyone.

To ensure your safety, the following is in place:

  • The Help Desk will be open, or you can call (08) 9360 2563 or send us your enquiry online.
  • Hand sanitising stations located at key points in the Library
  • Physical distancing signage in all areas
  • Increased cleaning of common areas and bathrooms.

Remember to practice physical distancing and good personal hygiene when you are on campus and in the Library.

Support services

We’ll still be supporting students who chose to study from home - How the Library can help you study from home

Visit our website for other support services that may be available to you: Help and Support.

More information

  • Check the Library website for our current opening hours.
  • For updates on Library specific services, check this page or visit the Library website.
  • For more information and updates on the University's response, visit COVID-19 advice.
  • If you have any concerns or feedback, please contact us.

 


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