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- Go to a “Discover your Library session” for a quick overview of how you can get started using Library resources.
- Honi Soit is now your number one on-campus news source, along with the University’s Facebook page. You can start at the beginning with our Honi Soit Digital Archive.
- You’ll be ready for some downtime now, so why not refuel your energy levels with a nap in one of our sleep pods in Fisher or Health Sciences libraries?
- Join the Library community by following us on social media.
- Round off your day with a spot of 3D printing at the ThinkSpace. One of our friendly PLAs will show you the ropes – just show up.
- Its late but you still need more Library time? We’ve got you covered with our 24/7 spaces.
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