Using the Library
For your safety, there have been a number of changes made to how you access and use our libraries.
This is to make sure that our libraries are places where you can learn comfortably and safely.
You can find out all of the latest information on myNapier's library news page.
Moving around campus
We have introduced floor markings, directional signage, one-way entrance and exits, and a number of other changes all designed to help keep you safe. Please follow the signs and be patient where they are any problems. Everyone is doing their best and this is new for all of us.
The rules are slightly different for when you visit our other teaching venues at EICC (Edinburgh International Conference Centre), BT Murrayfield, or Eric Liddell Centre.
Find out what you need to do at these locations here.
Remember our lifts are now reserved for those who most need them
The lifts are now only for those students and staff with mobility issues.
For social distancing reasons, our lifts are only accessible by one person at a time, and we have chosen to reserve them for those who most need them.
If you are a student who, for reasons visible or invisible, will need to use the lifts around our campuses, contacting Student Wellbeing & Inclusion to gain authorisation. You can get in touch with them by visiting my.napier.ac.uk/talkinghelps
Please be considerate of others who are given authorisation to use lifts. Remember that there are many invisible reasons who someone may need to use a lift.
Hungry? Remember to use the new Click and Collect
All food at our campus canteens must now be bought using our new Click and Collect catering service.
To sign up, visit www.enjoy.napier.ac.uk where you will be able to register an account using your Edinburgh Napier email address. If you already have an account, you can log in using your existing details. You can also access this through the iNapier app.
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Covid-19 Health Helpdesk
A new Covid-19 health Helpdesk has been created to help you.
You should continue to contact NHS Inform to discuss coronavirus symptoms and for health advice
But if you have a question that is specific to the University and Covid-19, this new helpdesk is here to help.
Email the helpdesk at Covidhealthhelpdesk@napier.ac.uk or phone 0131 455 2600. The helpdesk will be available from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Click here to find out further information about our health and safety guidance on myNapier.
You can also read the full official guidance document here.
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