Pay-to-Post: Library postal loans service (‘P2P’)

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This impact assessment is under consultation and all feedback received will inform the recommendations.

All feedback is welcomed from internal and external sources. Please email your comments to l.m.wilson@leedsmet.ac.uk.

The next scheduled review of this impact assessment is on Monday 3 April 2017.

Faculty or Service Area: Libraries And Learning Innovation Services
Name of policy owner: Helen Loughran
Original policy document: None.
Impact assessment: PaytoPost V2 2014.pdf
Supporting evidence: None.
Creation date: Tuesday 1 April 2014
Purpose of the policy being assessed
The Library’s postal loans service “Pay-to- Post” enables staff and students to borrow books and journal articles for a fixed charge, without needing to physically come to campus.
Customer groups affected by the policy: Staff, Students
Relevant protected characteristics affected by the policy: Disability, Mode of attendance (part-time or full-time), Socio-economic group (students only)
Feedback from Equality Forums and other interested parties:
Feedback on this impact assessment is still being recieved - please email your thoughts to l.m.wilson@leedsmet.ac.uk.
Consultation open: Yes
Review date: 2017/04/03
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