Answered By: Mr Herman Felani bin Md Yunos Last Updated: Mar 10, 2017 Views: 12448
Here are instructions on how to reserve a discussion room from the Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library online
- Please ensure that you are in campus and using NUS network to book the discussion rooms. If you are off-campus, please login into NUS's VPN first before booking the discussion room.
- Go to NUS Library homepage.
- Click on More Services For and select the user type:
- Click on the Book Discussion Room link
At the login screen, enter your NUSNET ID and Password
Select General Facility.
At the CHOOSE VENUE field, click on the drop down button.
Look for heading HSS-XX-XX Discussion room 1, 2 ,etc. and click on the discussion room number of your choice.
At the CHOOSE field select the month using the drop down button.
Check the Calendar and click on the ORANGE dot for the date you want to make your booking.
At the FROM field, select the time you want to book (not more than 3 hours per booking).
At the PURPOSE field, enter a reason why you need to use the room.
Click the SUBMIT button once you have provided all the correct information.
Check the information and click OK after verifying the information.
Check the Calendar again. If your USER ID is on the Calendar for the date you booked, it means that your booking is successful.
Click on LOGOFF to sign out. Otherwise the next user will be booking under your name.
Proceed straight to the room at the time of your booking. If there are other students there, please inform them you have booked the room.
Each student is entitled to only one booking of 2 hours per week.
Please observe rule of no eating in the rooms
Please vacate discussion rooms half an hour before the library closes. For library opening hours, please consult the Library Portal.
Rooms may not be available for online booking during the long vacation. Please check with staff at the Information/Loans Desk or call 6516 3131.
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