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Moving the GMW library

18 May 2017
Marjolein Nieboer and Rita Landeweerd
Marjolein Nieboer and Rita Landeweerd

Monday 15 May, managing director Rita Landeweerd of the faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences handed over the first book to be moved from the GMW library to the University Library City Centre, to library director Marjolein Nieboer. This week, the rest of the collection follows; the books can be found from that moment on the 3rd floor of the UL City Centre.

Service remains

The library space at GMW stays open as a study room till the end of this year. Also, the mandatory literature stays available in the former library in the Heymans building. Finally, GMW staff can request literature from the catalogue and pick it up the next day in the former library. And of course, library staff will keep up the service at your workplace.

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