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Yes - we offer support and membership to students on Access to Higher Education Courses based at local colleges. The first thing you need to do is to register with the Library and get your TUSC (Teesside University Smart Card)
Ask your Access tutor for a registration form. Complete it and return it to your tutor who will sign it and send it to us.
You can then collect your TUSC from the Library's iZone. Your membership will last for 1 year and you will be entitled to borrow up to 6 books.
You will also be given a 4 digit PIN (personal identification number) which you need to borrow books (along with your TUSC) and also enables you to renew or reserve books.
Your membership entitles you to a blue external membership which allows you to borrow up to 6 books on standard loan. These items have white date labels. Please note fines for late return of borrowed items will apply.
Go to Renewals to find out how to renew your books.
Photocopying facilities are available, charges apply. Scan to email is free of charge. Please ask at the iZone for further details.
To see our current opening hours for both campuses go to the Library homepage. Access for the Library during self-service hours is by TUSC only. Opening hours may vary during vacation time.
Staff and students studying in the Library need to work together in order to maintain an environment conducive to learning. The aim of the regulations is to protect the interests of Teesside University Library and its users.
You may be able to join free of charge through the SCONUL Access Scheme if your home institution participates. Please check the website for further information & an application form at http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sconul-access. Please note that we do not currently permit access to our electronic resources through the SCONUL Access Scheme due to licensing restrictions. Further details are shown below.
Teesside University is a member of the SCONUL Access scheme which is a co-operative venture between most HE libraries in the UK allowing the following to visit and borrow materials from participating libraries in addition to their home libraries:
Not all universities are in the Scheme and the agreement does not always extend to the use of electronic resources or access to general IT. A list of participating institutions their available services and a link to registering online can be found at http://www.sconul.ac.uk/sconul-access. If your institution does not participate in the Scheme you may also join the library through our external membership option.
Staff teaching on TVHEBP courses can join the Library as Associates. Go to Associates/TVHEBP for more information.
If you are from an institution that is participating in the Eduroam service, you may be able to use your laptop in the Library to connect to the internet via the wifi. Please check the IT Help Centre site for moreinformation at https://extra.tees.ac.uk/helpcentre/public/pages/default.aspx.