UB slowly reopens: printers available again

Plans for study spot pilot also underway

UB slowly reopens: printers available again

Students who need to print can once again do so at the UB in the city centre. The library is also starting a pilot project involving study spots for students on July 1.
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Giulia Fabrizi

Door Giulia Fabrizi

15 June om 13:27 uur.
Laatst gewijzigd op 15 June 2020
om 17:02 uur.
Giulia Fabrizi

By Giulia Fabrizi

June 15 at 13:27 PM.
Last modified on June 15, 2020
at 17:02 PM.
Giulia Fabrizi

Giulia Fabrizi

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What the pilot for study spots that allow for social distancing will look like and who will participate in it has not yet been determined. ‘We’re still working on the plans’, says UG spokesperson Jorien Bakker. One thing is certain: only a small group of students will be participating at first.

‘If the first phase works out, we’ll consider expanding’, says Bakker, who emphasises the project relies heavily on collaboration with the Safety Region Groningen. ’If they decide we should do things differently, we’ll have to comply.’

If the pilot is successful, a total of 400 to 450 out of the 2,100 UB desks will be available with all the corona measures in place.

Printing

In the meanwhile, students are allowed in the UB again to use the printers. They can do so from Monday to Friday, between 9 a.m. and 12 noon. Students can reserve a time slot on the library’s website.

Once you’re reserved a slot, you need  to bring your own laptop, phone, or tablet. You’ll need it to upload your files to the printer. The UB’s own computers won’t be available, so you can’t just bring a flash drive.

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