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24 Hour Learning Spaces

Introduction to Library learning spaces

 

We have changed the way you can use your learning spaces due to COVID-19. To find out what is available and how we are keeping you safe, please see our Bookable learning spaces page.

 

Not all the resources listed below are currently accessible. Please see our Visiting the libraries page for up-to-date information.


There are two libraries, one on each campus: City and Collegiate Crescent. They provide access to:

  • library and media resources
  • PCs, printer and scanners
  • a range of study spaces
  • specialist equipment (ATR) - for the use of students registered with the Disabled Student Support Team
  • areas to eat and drink
  • the library and IT help and support you need for your course work

You can borrow a laptop for use in the libraries or bring your own. We have wifi and plenty of plug in points.

All SHU students can use both libraries. You will need to scan your SHUcard to get in. The main difference between Adsetts and Collegiate are the collections of books, journals and DVDs. You'll find these relate mainly to the courses taught on each campus.

Read below for more information on our library spaces and view the induction videos for the resources we offer. 

Study Spaces

Adsetts Library

  • Adsetts Silent study room - level 4

  • Assistive Technology Resource (ATR) areas - levels 2, 3, 4 and 6

  • Bloomberg room - level 4

  • Group areas and booths - levels 3, 4 and 5

  • Individual PCs - levels 2-6 

  • Interactive media resource room - level 5

  • Meeting rooms - levels 2-6

  • Power enabled spaces for use with a laptop - levels 2-6 

  • Prayer room - level 4

  • Quiet study - levels 2 and 4

  • Respite room - level 4

  • Silent study - levels 2

  • Specialist software PC's - levels 3 and 6

  • Stack - level 1

  • The skills centre - level 5

  • Teaching rooms may be used for individual study when not in use by a class


    If, for disability related reasons these facilities are unsuitable, contact Disabled Student Support who may be able to help.

Collegiate Library

  • Assistive Technology Resource (ATR) areas - ground floor

  • Group areas and booths - both floors

  • Individual PCs - both floors

  • Meeting rooms - both floors 

  • Power enabled spaces for use with a laptop - both floors

  • Practice Learning Suite - ground floor

  • Quiet study - first floor

  • Silent study - first floor

  • Specialist software PC's - first floor

  • Teaching rooms may be used for individual study when not in use by a class

    If, for disability related reasons these facilities are unsuitable, contact Disabled Student Support who may be able to help.

Resources

Library Resources

Printing, Copying and Scanning in the Library

Help and support

Help and support

Library chat

Get 24 hour help with library services and resources.

 

Popular queries

Student voice

Get involved and make your voice heard.

Where are we?

Where to find us?

If its your first time visiting the libraries or if you need to post anything to us, you can use the maps and addresses below.

Adsetts Library

Collegiate Library

Sheffield Hallam University
City Campus
Howard Street
Sheffield 
S1 1WB
Sheffield Hallam University
Collegiate Campus
Collegiate Crescent
Sheffield
S10 2BP
Adsetts Library [map pdf]
Collegiate Library [map pdf]

Sheffield Hallam University
City Campus, Howard Street
Sheffield S1 1WB