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Divinity Click and Collect (trial)

Video explaining Click & Collect
Video explaining Click & Collect (5 minutes)
Divinity Faculty Library: Click & Collect trial

(Last update: 22/10/2020, 13:48)


From when:

From now.


You can order up to 7 Divinity Library volumes. by emailing us at


  1. Please find the book's record on iDiscover
  2. Copy the permalink(s of up to 7 volumes) into an email. If you don’t know how to find the permalink on iDiscover please watch the 40 seconds-long screencast at
  3. Please give us additional info as required.
  4. Please use the words "Click & collect" in the subject line of the email - it helps us enormously.

When will books be ready to collect?

Unless we email you, they will be available:

  • For requests made Mon-Fri between 12:00 on working day 1, and 8:00 am working day 2:

The books will be ready on working day 2, after 10:30.

  • For requests made Mon-Fri between 8:00-12:00, books will be ready the same day, after 14:00.
  •  For requests made between Fri 17:00 and Mon 8:00, books will ready on Monday after 14:00.

If you are really pressed for time: when we fetch your books from Divinity, we immediately issue them to your account, and you can check your Library account via

How to pick up the books?

Unless we email you, all (or most) of the books will be waiting for you at the

Divinit Faculty Library

(between 09:15 and 13:00 plus 14:00 and 16:15)

  1. When you come to the Divinity Faculty Library entrance, please knock on door.
  2. Show us your University card so that they can see your name.
  3. We will find your bag of books.
  4. Please step back, we will open the door, and leave the bag there for you to pick up.
  5. Please be prepared to join a queue.

 How can you help?

If you can bring (and leave with us) an empty, usable plastic bag when you collect the volumes, then we can minimize the number of plastic bags we need to procure, you will get a plastic bag with books, and the environment and our budget will not be burdened by this more than absolutely necessary.

The above is subject to changes, as we are responding to "Acts of God" (strictly in the insurance sense of this expression), COVID19, and the Faculty and University opening and closing the front door.

The Library doors will remain _closed_ until COVID19 allows for a normal service (i.e. probably for most of 2020-21!), and you will not be able to enter it without having made an appointment.