Did you know that Canterbury was abandoned for about 100 years after the Romans left Britain or that the Vikings besieged Canterbury in 1011 and kidnapped and murdered the archbishop? If you’re training to teach in a primary school, you’ll probably feel the pressure to know all these things and more when you are put into a classroom of eager 9 year-olds. So let’s find out what CCCU Library has to offer to help trainee teachers of history find the information and resources they need.
Library Search lets you find the resources you need for your study and research.
- Search the University’s print and digital collections in a single search.
- See what’s available at each campus.
- Go straight to digital full text content where available.
- Access your library account and save references.
- Submit Document Delivery requests online.
Or SLDRS for short. Yes, it’s a long name and an almost unpronounceable acronym, but what do we actually do? How can we make your life easier? Here are some things for starters. We can help students to:
During periods where you have a large amount of work to do for your course, you may find the library becomes your second home.
While sometimes you might want to work in silence by yourself, other times you might benefit from group work, or maybe you just want to socialise with your friends while looking over some notes. The library has created designated zones so that you can study in a way that suits your studying style, and caters to your needs, without disrupting others.
Now you know how to find a book, the next step is borrowing it from the Library.
But how do you do that?
And how many items can you borrow?
And how do you renew or reserve an item?
This guide will tell you everything you need to know about borrowing from the Library.
We hope you have had a good Summer break and are looking forward to the new academic year. To help you prepare, here is an update on all the changes that have taken place and what’s new within our campus libraries.