The library has thousands of e-books which will help you in your studies. In this blog post we will outline some of the e-book collections that you can use at CCCU.
The murder of Black British teenager Stephen Lawrence on 22nd April 1993, and the revelations that followed in the wake of this horrific event of a bungled investigation by an institutionally racist Metropolitan Police Service, are ingrained in the British public consciousness. The Lawrence family have endured so much but through their vocal campaign for justice and reform they have brought about vital change in policing and the criminal justice system. The official Black History Month 2019 campaign theme is the celebration of Black women and their invaluable contributions to British society, particularly in the years since the Windrush generation arrived and settled in the UK, and one woman whose impact and achievements have been incredibly admirable is Stephen’s mother, Doreen Lawrence. She has worked tirelessly to advance community relations and human rights, and has become one of the most influential people in the UK.
The NHS Covid-19 contact-tracing app is set to launch across England and Wales tomorrow 24 September. It uses Bluetooth technology to track time and distance between smartphone devices. It offers QR code check-in capability, allows users to book a free test and has an isolation countdown timer to remind people to quarantine.
It seems a long time ago in March that we made an important commitment to you. We promised that your items would continue to be extended as long as it was needed and we would ensure no fines could be accrued during this unprecedented period of closure. With the next due date of the 28 September only weeks away, we think it’s the right time to start getting borrowing back to normal.
How will we transition back to normal borrowing?
Here’s what you need to know…
You will be unable to access your library account through LibrarySearch from 8pm on Monday 14 September while essential system maintenance is carried out. The work is scheduled to last up to three hours. During this time you won’t be able to check your loans or reserve items, but you will still be able to search and access e-resources.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused while the work takes place.
LibrarySearch will be unavailable from 9pm on Wednesday 9 September for essential system maintenance. The work is scheduled to last up to four hours. During this time it will not be possible to use LibrarySearch to manage your library account or access e-resources.