1. Present your SMART CARD (UNIVERSITY ID card) to borrow items from library
2. You can borrow at self-loan station (Please refer "How to use Self-loan Station") OR LRC counter
3. Your items to be borrowed will be scanned into your account
4. Once transaction completed, make sure to click Email Receipt. The system will send details such as the due date & due time for the book loan's to your university email address.
Issues your own books
Self-service machines are available at the LRC Ground Floor, allowing you to borrow, renew and return your own items using your Smartcard.
You will not be able to use the service:
For more information, please read How to use self-loan station
You can renew your books as long as they are not required/booked by another user. If an attempt to renew a High Demand loan is unsuccessful because the item is booked by another user, the item must be returned by its' due date and time.
1. In person at the LRC Counter (with or without the books)
In your LIBRARY ACCOUNT, the list of book(s) you have borrowed will be displayed. Please select the book(s) that you want to renew accordingly.
3. Phone +607 555 3851 (Monday - Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm)
5. Self-Loan Station (two times only) - Please refer "How to Use Self-loan Station"
You may return the books at below location:
1. LRC Counter
2. Book Return Chute (at the LRC main entrance) - Please refer "Guide to Use Book Return Chute"
Online forms are available for students and staff to suggest books for the Library to purchase.
Click on below icon to get the Book Recommendation form:
Library patron can put a request/hold to a book that currently been borrowed.
The hold request is allow student to book a High Demand book which not in shelve at the moment due to been borrowed by other student. In this situation, the student who borrow the book unable to renew the requested book and are required to return the book on it due date slip and time.
Step to put a hold request:
Guideline of Online Application for Clinical Skills Equipment Borrowing
LRC have provides Clinical Skills Equipment for borrowing. The clinical skill equipment available for borrow is as below:
Tuning forks (128hz)
Tuning forks (512hz)
Due to high demand and the limited number of the clinical skills equipment, below are the updated procedures for booking and borrowing of the equipment:
Description: The Information Literacy Course is generic information skills for all incoming new FIS students (starting in May & September) and First Year undergraduates of MBBS and BMS (starting in September) which being arranged as part of the curriculum programme.
Objective: The main objectives of IL course are to provide opportunities and resources for all students to develop information literacy and information searching knowledge and skills and to assist in the integration of information literacy into the teaching and learning process.
1. How to use the library - Introduction to LRC
2. Information Literacy
3. Introduction to EndNote
Guideline of Online Application for Library Equipment
All NUMed student and colleague shall follow the guides set by LRC which include: