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CMB Silent Study Area are open

Study area 3rd floor CMB now closed
20 January 2020
CMB Silent Study Area

You can find these new study areas in the faculty building on the ground floor. The opening hours are exactly the same as the opening hours of the Central Medical Library (CMB), also during XL weekends.

Relocation CMB

On February 19, the CMB itself will move to the basement of the faculty building. Hopefully the library can open again the following week. There will be many study places in the basement, and also PCs, group rooms, printers, (study) books, journals, rooms for workshops & individual help, in short: all the facilities that the CMB already offers.

Facilities for UMCG health care staff

The current location of the CMB in the Central Medical Complex (CMB CMC) will be renovated from 17 February onwards. When the renovation has been completed, the CMB CMC will only be accessible to UMCG staff. In the CMB CMC we will offer a selection of library services and facilities for UMCG employees, such as: UMCG PCs, CMB workshops and individual assistance. In this way we want to keep the distance to medical staff as small as possible after the move.

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