Self service and sorting solutions for the University of Liverpool Libraries

Roy McCready, Systems Manager at the University of Liverpool explains: “We had to quickly replace our existing, obsolete equipment and were looking for innovative solutions that would provide more convenient services and more effective workflows.”

AdvaNova have worked with the University of Liverpool for over 20 years, however, this was the first time they would work together on this type of solution and both the self-service kiosks and sorting equipment projects were won via a tender.

After working together closely on the design and layout of the new equipment, the self-service and sorting solutions were implemented in the University’s two main libraries, the Harold Cohen Library and the Sydney Jones Library, in the summer of 2018.

University of Liverpool Libraries

Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool now has over 22,000 students on campus and more than 10,000 online students across the world. With such a large student population requiring almost 24hr access to the libraries, the need for new library equipment came about out of necessity as the current equipment was going out of service.


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