In view that all students will be learning from home for the next 2 weeks, all book loans with due dates within this period will be automatically pushed to
27 Oct (Tuesday).
Should you have any issues with your loans or enquiries please email us at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you again on campus.
If you are attending virtual classes in the LRC using your media devices (e.g. smartphone, laptop) or PCs in the LRC, please use a listening device such as headphones, earphones or earbuds. This ensures that you are not disturbing other LRC users. Also the audio is much better compared with the device speakers.
This ruling also applies to any other audio related media such as screencasts, video streaming, audio books, etc.
Always remember to be courteous and considerate of those around you.
The LRC will be closed on 6 and 7 July 2020 due maintenance work at the entrance.
Normal opening hours will resume on Wed, 8 July.
The LRC is ready to welcome students back starting on 1 July 2020. Opening hours are
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm.
When visiting the LRC please observe the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) recommended by the University.
During this pandemic situation of Covid-19 that is happening around the world, there are a number of online resources that are available for free. You can find the list under the Covid-19 tab for each of the subject area listed here.
Take note of the duration of the free access if stated.
Are you running out of books to read? Fret not. You can always tap into the National Library of Malaysia for more reading materials. From children’s books to fiction, non-fiction, best-sellers and even audio books.
Follow the instructions in the website for access remotely.
Overdrive – e-books
Zinio – digital magazines
PressReader – international and local newspapers
During this period of lockdown, the University has been granted access to Law Trove.
It enables you to search and interrogate the wealth of Oxford’s textbook law list.
To login, use the ‘Sign in via your Institution‘ option on the left hand side.
Example of titles available:
Tort Law Directions (6th ed.) by Vera Bermingham and Carol Brennan
Ashworth’s Principles of Criminal Law (9th ed.) by Jeremy Horder
The online access is available until 31 May 2020.
There’ll be a launching event of the Study Advice service at LRC at 1.30pm, 21 January (Tue).
All students and staff of UoRM are welcomed. For more information about the service please click here.
Note: There might be a bit of a noise during the event but it should end by 2.30pm. Apologies in advance to all LRC users.
Would you like a free book? Please visit our Book Exchange Corner and have a look. Pick up a book that you are interested in.
On the other hand, if you’ve a pre-loved book collecting dust, drop it off over here. Someone else may enjoy reading it too. But please ensure that it is still in good condition.
Together we can keep the reading habit going and reduce wastage.
In conjunction with the Chinese New Year Celebrations, the LRC will be closed on
24 to 27 Jan (Fri to Mon).
Normal operating hours resumes on 28 Jan.
The LRC wishes all a prosperous and peaceful year.