As i said previously, the university library is new, modern, and is a multi-story building with a lift, cafe, toilets, security desk, and a separate area called the "i zone" which deals with any questions you may have ranging from finance to the course itself, or any worries you may have. The books themselves are arranged according to category/course, so my religious studeies books are mostly on the second floor. On the top floor there is a "quiet zone" where no noise is allowed. This allows people to sit and work for hours without any distractions. There are lots of computers available, seating is spread out to allow for groups to meet, and there are private conference rooms with computers where groups can create presentations etc. There are also hundreds of laptops available which can be taken anywhere in the library. There are up to 4 printers on each floor, including a photocopier. The books are mostly arranged on interactive shelves making it easy to locate a specific book. Journals, magazines etc are also available. People can take out their own books and bring them back themselves using another interactive facility.
As listed, there are many excellent facilities in the library and for this reason it enables students to spend whole days getting assignments done without worrying about lunch or not having quiet space to work. The only thing i would say is the interactive facilities can be faulty and sometimes accessing books can be stressful.