Service interruption

The university is currently experiencing problems with the software portal, which is used to launch software applications on library computers. To resolve the issue, the portal will be taken offline from 1pm till 2pm today. During this time, access to applications via the portal will be unavailable including the library help desk.

Service interruption

The university is currently experiencing problems with the software portal, which is used to launch software applications on library computers. To resolve the issue, the portal will be taken offline from 1pm till 2pm today. During this time, access to applications via the portal will be unavailable including the library help desk.

Service desks closed over Christmas and the New Year break.

The library’s service desks close at 5.20pm on Thursday 21st December and re-open at 8.45am on Tuesday 2nd January. Any email enquiries received after 5.20pm on 21st will be responded to on 2nd January.

Throughout this time, the Kimberlin Library will remain open 24 hours a day to DMU staff and students and, during their usual hours of access, to external members who have their own P800 library card.

Seasons greetings to all our service users.

Service desks closed over Christmas and the New Year break.

The library’s service desks close at 5.20pm on Thursday 21st December and re-open at 8.45am on Tuesday 2nd January. Any email enquiries received after 5.20pm on 21st will be responded to on 2nd January.

Throughout this time, the Kimberlin Library will remain open 24 hours a day to DMU staff and students and, during their usual hours of access, to external members who have their own P800 library card.

Seasons greetings to all our service users.

As part of our series of ongoing events celebrating 40 years of the Kimberlin Library we are pleased to announce that we will be having two author talks between now and Christmas.

Paul Dowswell and Jane Adams, our Royal Literary Fund Fellows in residence have kindly agreed to give two special talks to the university.
Paul Dowswell
To be held on 11 December at 2pm in Hawthorn 0.05
Blood, Sweat and Tears – where writers get their ideas
A general talk explaining how photographs, paintings, music and research trips to locations featured in my novels have all inspired my historical fiction writing.
More details on Paul’s work.
Jane Adams
To be held on 14 December at 11am in Hawthorn 0.05
“Jane Adams has been a professional writer for more than twenty years and has produced more than thirty published novels, mainly in the crime genre. She will talk about her writing and inspiration and the massive changes that are happening in the publishing world.”
More details regarding Jane’s work .

We look forward to seeing you there.