Co-creation has been at the heart of our Library Development Project. Students have worked with the Library every step of the way Read more…..
The library development project is nearing the completion of its first phase, with the first floor due to re-open in early January. Read more…..
After months of extensive planning and rigorous hard work the first stage of The Library’s £6.2 million development project is complete. Read more…..
“Check it out” now to avoid disruption
Starting on 10th October we will be entering a period of disruption as, overnight, large amounts of stock is moved from the ground floor up to the second floor and from the first floor down to the ground floor. Read more…..
Recent blog posts have shown how the theme of ‘the library in the park’ drew from the relationship between the building and Peel Park’s historic role as the earliest municipal park, and focused on the general benefits of library use on degree classification. Read more…..
It’s a really busy time for the project as Adelphi Library closed on 17th August and on 18th August stock started to arrive at Clifford ready for shelving. Read more…..
I am sure you have seen the signage, the presentations, the posts on Facebook, Twitter and the website or even heard from a friend or staff – the Library Development Project has begun!
It’s a landscape of old Salford – factory chimneys, terraces and smog. Only a couple of flimsy looking cranes indicate what’s to come. This is the land bordering Peel Park that the recently established University of Salford would use to build its new academic library. Read more…..
Starting in June the Clifford Whitworth Library will be completely transformed library by a £5.8m refurbishment. In preparation for the start of work, we’re doing a number of things to reduce the disruption.
As the School of Arts & Media looks forward to moving some of its programmes from the Adelphi campus into a beautiful new building at the heart of the University’s Peel Park campus, here in the Library at Adelphi we are planning our own move.