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WSLHD Library updates during COVID-19

  • Anyone entering the library must use sanitizers on entry and exit
  • Everyone needs to have a minimum space of 1.5 m between themselves and others.
  • Use hand wipes to clean computers/desks before and after use.
  • Face-to-face training will no longer be offered by Library staff. Email WSLHD-AuburnHospitalLibrary@health.nsw.gov.au to set up virtual training.
  • If you need a literature search conducted for you please fill in the literature search form.
  • For urgent enquiries contact Westmead Hospital Library by emailing WSLHD-WestmeadLibrary@health.nsw.gov.au or calling 88906266.
  • Auburn Hospital staff can still access the library at any time.
  • Notre Dame medical students can email the library for access.
  • Other WSLHD staff can see security to apply for after hour access.
  • Anyone entering the library must use sanitizers on entry and exit.
  • Everyone needs to have a minimum space of 1.5 m between themselves and others.
  • Use hand wipes to clean computers/desks before and after use.
  • Face-to-face training is offered by Library staff but social distancing rules apply. Contact the library to set up a remote training by video conferencing, phone or live chat.
  • All bookings in the library meeting rooms may be canceled without notice. Please verify with the library that your meeting may still proceed.
  • No group collaborations

Borrow and return items

Individual study

Group study 

WiFi

Computers

Printing/copying/scanning

Face-to-face training (social distancing rules apply)

Remote training by video conferencing, phone or live chat

Changes to services and facilities

  • As of Monday, 10th August, anyone entering the library must wear a mask
  • Anyone entering the library must have had their temperature checked and be wearing a current day's wrist band to verify this
  • Anyone entering the library must use sanitisers on entry and exit
  • Everyone needs to have a minimum space of 1.5 m between themselves and others.
  • Use hand wipes to clean computers/desks before and after use
  • Face-to-face training is offered by Library staff but social distancing rules apply Contact the library to set up a remote training by video conferencing, phone or live chat

Borrow and return items

Individual study

 Group study 

WiFi

Computers

Printing/copying/scanning

 Meeting rooms social distancing rules apply 

 Face-to-face training (social distancing rules apply) 

Remote training by video conferencing, phone or live chat

Changes to services and facilities

  • As of Monday, 10th August, anyone entering the library must wear a mask
  • Anyone entering the library must have had their temperature checked and be wearing a current day's wrist band to verify this
  • Anyone entering the library must use sanitisers on entry and exit
  • Everyone needs to have a minimum space of 1.5 m between themselves and others.
  • Use hand wipes to clean computers/desks before and after use
  • Face-to-face training is offered by Library staff but social distancing rules apply. Contact the library to set up a remote training by video conferencing, phone or live chat
  • All bookings in the library meeting rooms may be canceled without notice. Please verify with the library that your meeting may still proceed
  • Collaboration zone not to be used for groups.

 

  • From Monday 10/08/2020 everyone will be asked to wear a mask when in the Library
  • Anyone entering the library must use sanitizers on entry and exit
  • Everyone needs to have a minimum space of 1.5 m between themselves and others.
  • Use hand wipes to clean computers/desks  before and after use
  • Face-to-face training will no longer be offered by Library staff. Contact your library to set up a remote training by video conferencing, phone or live chat
  • All bookings in the library meeting rooms have been cancelled. An individual can use a room but not groups (max two people per room)
  • Collaboration zone not to be used for groups.
  • Library lockers cannot be used until further notice