Studying the past is one thing, but do you think you could help contribute to our curation of it? Why not be part of something special during personal development week […]
Many aspects of online study, such as searching for information are convenient and for some second nature; however, other aspects are more challenging. Do you feel a sense of dread […]
Yes, we have e-books, thousands of them, but your CCCU digital library provides many more resources for learning, teaching and research. Here, the Learning and Research Librarians share their five top picks on ways you can use the digital library to support your virtual classrooms.
The second part of our blog on Box of Broadcasts, the on demand TV and radio service for education, looking at creating your own playlists and clips.
Box of Broadcasts (BoB) is an online, on demand TV and radio service for education. Join us for an in depth look at BoB, how to use it and what it can do for you.
When Henrietta Vaughan Stannard opened her novel Army Society: Life in a Garrison Town with the question what elements constitute army society? She answered that there are three elements: mothers, […]
Libby is an ebook app which is sweeping the nation. Read second year history student, Rhiannon Limbert’s review of the product and how it can help you in your studies.
Today I made a new friend, possibly one of the best friends I will ever make. It’s the start of a beautiful relationship that will undoubtedly last a lifetime. My […]
iDEA is an accessible online learning programme that helps you gain employability, digital and enterprise skills, completely for free! Read second year English Literature student, Georgia Bowers’ experience, to find […]