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The Library app will be discontinued on 6th December but don’t worry, it’s not disappearing for good, it’s just moving to the My Liverpool app.
Many of you will be familiar with the Library app, most commonly used for its personal ID QR code. This QR code allows you to enter the libraries and also borrow books at the check-out machines without needing to use your student card.
The Library app has been absorbed into the University’s My Liverpool app which is designed to enhance your experience whilst studying at the University of Liverpool, giving you the ability to view events, create a personalised planner and access information and support. This means that you only need to download one app, rather than two.
The library section of the My Liverpool app provides the same functionality that can currently be found on the Library app, plus additional features. As well as your ID QR code and the ability to view your books and book study spaces, the new app allows you to view and book upcoming Library and KnowHow events and contact support directly from the app via Library Chat.
Download the My Livepool app from the Appstore or for Android.
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