This September, Canterbury Christ Church University Library is celebrating Heritage Open Days, England’s largest festival of history and culture by revealing some of the fascinating research written about Canterbury by the university’s staff and students. We’ll also tell you more about some of the local studies material we have in our collection.
CCCU has a selection of free apps and software that can save you time, make your work easier, and increase your productivity. One of our Library Champions, 2nd year BA Primary Education student Jake Forecast, has written this blog about his preferred productivity tool, OneNote.
During the summer, sixth-former Ani Harutiunian has been writer-in-residence at Augustine House, as part of a school work placement. Here is her description of entering the library just before dawn and seeing the books come alive.
Even during the summer months, some of our students, particularly our Post grads. are still hard at work on their research or dissertations.
To ensure you get the best from yourself and keep motivated and don’t burn out, you need to give yourself regular breaks!
But how do you get the most from them?
Here’s our top tips for staying ahead of the game and ensuring you make the most of this valuable “me” time:-
There are three parts to the University Archives: The Governors’ Records, The Unofficial Archive and the College of Guidance Studies Archive.
The second of our blog posts on CCCU’s special collections and archives focuses on the ‘Historical Collection’.