To celebrate World Book Day the LRC took on the Mannequin Challenge.
LRC Manager Alison Baker said 'It's World Book Day today we wanted a light hearted way to engage with students and staff; promoting a love of reading and books as well as the LRC in general'.
In addition to this, foundation learners will be involved in a search for golden tickets that will lead them to books written by the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author, Roald Dahl.
Book tokens will also be handed out to students and they will be able to exchange the tokens for famous fiction at local book shops.
Whilst the campaign is aimed at encouraging more people to read, Louise Joy, a learning resource administrator believe students are already keen book worms.
Louise, said, "We are wanting to celebrate the day and will be taking part in a mannequin challenge in the library and we are doing all we can to champion reading at One. I've only been here a few months but it is clear to me that students seem to love reading.
"Surprisingly they seem to always go for 'the classics' – we also have a book group and although the popularity for traditional reading methods seem to be changing, I personally feel that you cannot beat the old fashioned way of a reading good book in front of the fire."