They can all be cited using Cite them Right. Find out more about the new 11th edition of Cite them Right: the essential referencing guide below:
Using #YourDigitalLibrary to explore the history of UK suffrage in light of the forthcoming general election
However you feel, whether passionate or uninterested, staunchly aligned or ambivalent about party manifestos, there is a general election coming on Thursday 12th December. Voter registration closes at midnight on Tuesday 26th November (tomorrow) and if you want your voice to be heard but you’re not yet registered you need to meet this deadline. Huge numbers of the British population don’t exercise their right to vote each general election. Many very understandably feel disillusioned, disregarded, and confused by the deluge of (often contradictory) information we are bombarded with every day about this country’s present state and the trajectory it should take. You may feel that your vote doesn’t count, that in the grand scheme of things it won’t change an inevitable outcome. But our city, Canterbury, is a perfect example of just how vital every vote is, and CCCU library’s online resources give us an insight into how essential it is that we engage in an exercise that we may take for granted today but that was in fact fought for tooth and nail.
Story Sacks enable children to develop a deeper exploration into the world of reading. They encourage fun, creative and imaginative ways in which children can take the story further and develop a wider set of skills using the additional resources.
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: