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Associate library membership

If you are not a registered member of the university, and are over 18, you may be able to take out associate library membership:

 

Borrowing Associate membership

  • Borrowing Associate membership normally involves a fee of £60.00 per annum (including VAT) and is granted to those with a specific identifiable need to use our facilities which could not be met by the public library services (e.g. in support of professional development; personal research activity)
  • Graduates of Plymouth University automatically become part of the alumni community and are entitled to 50% discount on annual membership.
  • Borrowing Associate Members may borrow up to 6 items for a period of 6 weeks. If another user requests an item out on loan, an email will be sent requesting the return of the item within 7 days.
  • Borrowing Associate membership allows access to the Walk-in Resources - a designated PC with a range of electronic databases. It does not include access to some e-resources which have license restrictions.

To apply for Borrowing Associate membership fill in the Borrowing Associate Membership form - attached at the end of this article. The completed form should be submitted at the Information Desk on Level 1 of the Library or emailed to libraryandITenquiries@plymouth.ac.uk . Allow up to 3 working days for a library card to be made up once your application has been accepted.

 

Reference Associate 

Library Reference Card

A reference card gives you ease of access to the library via the internal barriers. It allows you to use the library for study and to refer to print materials. Borrowing is not included. When applying you should provide supporting evidence of a specific need to use university library facilities. Further details available on the application form in the attachments below.


Student Support Reference Card

If you are employed to provide study support to University of Plymouth students registered with Disability Assist, you can apply for a reference card for ease of access to the library via the internal barriers. A reference card allows you to use the library for study and to refer to print materials. Borrowing is not included. Further details available on the application form in the attachments below.


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Modified 04/09/2017
Author: Lancaster, Kate