Library and Learning Zone Booking Terms and Conditions - University of the Arts London

All booking requests are subject to approval by UAL Library Services. We reserve the right to reject any request.

To be eligible to book in the Libraries and Learning Zones, you must:

a) be a current student at UAL and show a valid UAL ID card;

b) have a UAL IT account with valid username and password;

When booking to use the Library Services spaces, you must:

a) follow the UAL and Library Services policies and codes of conduct including the UAL covid-19 community pledge

c) book spaces only for yourself. You must not book for on someone else’s behalf, even with their consent;

d) Vacate your study space by the date and time specified in the booking confirmation email;

e) Clean the desk and/or PC before and after use in line with the current Library Service safe working practice protocols;

We process personal data in accordance with data protection legislation. We will use your personal data as set out in our Privacy Policy.

In line with government guidance we will share your contact details with NHS Test and Trace personnel if requested, in the event of a fellow student or member of staff testing positive for corona virus. Your data will be handled in line with ethical standards and the Data Protection Act and only used as set out in the NHS test and trace privacy notice.

To contact the libraries Search our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or Ask us a question. UAL students can also contact Your Librarian.



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