Pay-to-Post: Library postal loans service (‘P2P’)
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|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)|
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|Consultation open: Yes|
|Review date: 2017/04/03|