If you have not been receiving email notifications such as Pre-Overdue Notice, Overdue Notice and Bills for your loans, please check your Junk Email box. It might be possible the e-mail system suspect such emails from the LRC is a spam mail.
Alternatively, you may check for due dates via your LRC accounts in Enterprise.
As the term is coming to an end, it is time for you to put your books away and take a break. Although the campus is closed to students, you may return your book loans by post to:
Learning Resource Centre (LRC)
University of Reading Malaysia
79200 Iskandar Puteri
Should you have any enquiries please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take note that the year end campus break is from 24-30 Dec 2020.
As you continue to study online off campus, please note that if you have any loans due from 2 Nov it will be automatically renewed. You can also check your account or renew any loans on your own via Enterprise. Even though the LRC is closed you can get in touch with us through email email@example.com
For any outstanding debts please check with the counter staff before payment when you are allowed back to the campus.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you again on campus.
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.
The LRC is closed on 21-29 December in line with the year end Campus closure.
However, you may continue to access the online resources for ebooks and other resources.
Normal opening hours resumes on 30 December 2019.
May you have a fantastic holiday and be refreshed for 2020.
The LRC will be closed on
15 November (Friday)
as a replacement holiday declared for 3 November.
If you have loans due on that day please return before the due date or renew the book(s) online. Should you have any other issues please approach the counter staff.
With effect from 3 Sept, the LRC counter will be a one stop Help Desk for all matters related to Student, Welfare and Academic Services (SWAS), IT and LRC. Besides the normal LRC services such as paying fines, reference service, account inquiry, you may now perform other services such as:
- top-up your prepaid card for photocopying/printing,
- collect your Campus Card,
- report ‘lost and found’ items
- request assistance for your IT issues.
We hope this arrangement will better assist you with your needs. Please provide us your feedback at
Room C0.08 Silent Study in the LRC has now been converted to a staff room.
You may continue to use Room C0.07 Quiet Room for individual study purposes.