Welcome to our third, and final, break down of the School Resources bases! Today we are going to explore the final four bases in School Resources: Religion & Social Sciences, Cross-curricular, History, and Arts. Religion & Social Sciences is the first base you come across after entering through the glass door. The colour code for … More School Resources base by base: Religion & Social Sciences, Cross-curricular, History, and Arts
“It’s oh so quiet…”* Silent Study; the place to be if you need / want to study in silence https://t.co/fDEUJQ6AcV pic.twitter.com/Aoty5VGrGF — Martial Rose Library (@UniWinLibrary) March 8, 2016 The Library Silent Study areas are the only place on campus where you can study in a low-distraction environment. You will find the Silent Study … More Fair share: how to share the library with other people
Then join us in celebrating great children’s literature by discussing the CILIP Carnegie and Greenaway prize shortlists for 2016. “The CILIP Carnegie Medal is awarded by children’s librarians for an outstanding book for children and young people. The CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal is awarded by children’s librarians for an outstanding book in terms of illustration for children … More Interested in Children’s Books?
Welcome to our second break down of the School Resources bases! This time we are starting with our Maths base and then leading you through to our Science & Technology and Earth Sciences bases. The Maths base is located on the far left side of School Resources, outside study room C. The colour for this base … More School Resources base by base: Maths, Science & Technology, and Earth Sciences
This series of posts will take an in-depth look at the School Resources Centre, by breaking it down into bases. And where better to start than with the largest base, Literacy! If you enter the School Resources area through the glass door and turn to your right you will discover this base. Anything with a yellow dot in … More School Resources base by base: Literacy