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Let's connect and share

Let us know where you're from and why you love it on the Library's interactive map and share your online study tips.

At this time of year, we would normally be welcoming thousands of you through our gates. Though we are making every effort to create as much study space as we can, it’s just not the same without you all — we miss you. And we know that you miss meeting up with friends to study with us too.

To attend University is to be part of a thriving community, getting to know new people and creating lifelong friendships, so let’s build something together. We’ve created a few ways to get to know each other, and to share experiences, help and encouragement with studying online.

Introduce yourself

Our Padlet Map is the perfect place to say “hi!” and see how far our global community extends. Drop a pin where you’re from, share a local greeting and tell us what’s special about your home town. Let’s join our worlds together at Leeds.

Visit the map

Share your online learning tips

We are all adapting to studying and working online — it’s been a steep learning curve!

What have you learned about how you work online? What works best for you? How do you get into The Zone? Share your online study advice on our Padlet wall and see what other’s suggest — let’s help each other!

Visit online study tips on our Padlet Wall

Library Essentials Q&A on Zoom

Do you have a question about using the Library in 2020? We can answer that for you. At 1pm on Tuesday 3 November, we’re holding a live Q&A session via Zoom. This is your chance to put a face to the Library and ask us anything about the Library — nothing is off-limits.

Register your interest via the online form and we’ll send you a link to join.

Student advisory panel

Join the Study Advisory Panel to have your voice heard in the Library. We’re always listening and looking at ways we can change and improve. We changed our drinks policy to include all drinks with lids, we’ve improved our accessible study areas and installed a hot water dispenser at the Edward Boyle Library, all in response to user feedback.

Getting involved with the advisory panel gives you the opportunity to help shape the way we do things — and there are rewards!