With the end of Trinity Term fast approaching, readers are advised that vacation borrowing for the summer will commence on Wednesday 26th June. Please note, this is 9th week, due to the History of the British Isles assessment for 2nd year History undergraduates. From this date onwards, HFL borrowing limits will increase to 30 items (short loans inclusive), with a due date of Monday 14th October. Wishing you all the best of luck in the coming weeks!
Vacation loans start today – borrow up to 15 books. This increases to 20 books on Thursday 29 November and will include Short Loans. Everything will be due back on Monday 14th January (1st Week).
Camera staff would like to wish all readers a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year! If you decide you’d like to combine your mince pies with some online reading, don’t forget you can access access many of our resources electronically. With your Single Sign On, you can make use of all our ebook, ejournal and database subscriptions while away from Oxford.
From Monday 5th March you may start checking books out for the Easter vacation!
You can borrow up to 15 books but from Thursday 8th March the limit goes up to 20 including short loans.
Please return or renew your current loans loans by Wednesday 7th March and remember to pay your fines.
Vac loans must be returned by Monday of first week in Trinity Term (23 April). Please don’t leave them at home!
From Monday 12th June those eligible may start checking books out for the summer vacation up to a maximum of 15 items.
From Thursday 15th June the limit goes up to 30 including short loans.
Please return or renew your current loans loans by Wednesday 14th June and remember to pay your fines.
Vac loans must be returned by Monday of first week in Michaelmas Term (9th October). Please don’t leave them at home!
We hope you’ve enjoyed the Christmas break as much as we did and are feeling ready for a new year. We’ve no doubt everyone is eager to return to the library and get borrowing!
From today, Monday 9th January, we resume term time borrowing limits:
- Undergraduates and visiting students: 7 days (up to 15 items)
- Research loans : 28 days (up to 15 items)
- Short loans: 2 days
Vacation loans are due back next Monday 16th January so don’t forget to check under the bed for all those extra holiday books you had on loan. We look forward to seeing you all in the library soon.
From today the Vacation borrowing limit is increased to 30 books and now includes short loans. Everything is due back on Monday 10th October so that’s plenty of time to get through all that reading! We have some sturdy Bodleian plastic bags at the desk to help you carry them all home. Remember to clear your fines before you borrow.
As we’re now coming up to the end of term you may start borrowing for the vacation from Monday 13 June. All your current loans must be returned or renewed by Wednesday 15 June.
If you are a finalist or visiting student please return all your books and pay your fines – before you leave Oxford! We hope you have enjoyed using the HFL and we wish you all the best for the future.
Those of you returning next term please remember to bring your vacation books back by Monday 10 October. We look forward to seeing you again.
Believe it or not vacation borrowing begins on Monday 30 November! You can borrow up to 15 books from then but from Thursday 3 December the limit goes up to 20. Please pay your fines and remember to return or renew your current (term) loans by Wednesday 2 December.
Vac loans must be returned by Monday of first week in Hilary term 18/01/2015
This is to remind everyone who had books out over the vacation to return or renew them by Monday 12 October. Thank you!
Hope you all enjoy the next academic year!
Welcome back all of you who have books out! The term limit has reverted to a maximum of 15 items. If you have more out than that and you want to take out additional items you will need to bring some back.
From now on Undergraduates can check out books out for 7 days and Research Graduates 28 days.
Current loans are due on Monday 12 October. Please bring them back on time!