The Central Medical Library has entered a new opening phase.
The restaurant will only open (partially) after September 14th
We have also switched to a new reservation tool. The study places remain only available on reservation. That also applies to the computers.
Due to the corona measures, we can only make a limited number of study places available. To prevent students from other faculties from occupying the few places, we only made the link to the reservation tool available via Nestor (course 'Medical Library'). In this way, only medical students can reserve a place in the CMB. The reservation tool cannot be reached in any other way, not even via Google. We ask medical students not to pass on the url of the reservation tool - in their own interest - to students from other faculties.
If you have clicked on the link to the reservation tool in Nestor, you will see an overview of all available study places. Click on the desired start time and then choose an end time.
You can book a maximum of 2x 4 hours per day. An extra half hour is automatically added to the reservation.
If you have reserved a study place, you will receive a confirmation email containing a code.
When you arrive at the CMB, you no longer need to report to the front desk first, you can go directly to your table and check in yourself:
Note: If you haven't checked in half an hour after the start time, your reservation will automatically expire.
If you cannot come, we appreciate it if you cancel the reservation via the link in the email, so that someone else can reserve the spot.
Also in the library you have to adhere to the corona rules:
We ask that you do not come if you are unwell or have symptoms of Covid-19.
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