Yesterday, Dean Irwin (@medievaljews) , a postgraduate reseacher at CCCU, asked me if I had any tips for students who struggle to read on computers (even with assistive technology) and who don’t have access to a printer. I am not a specialist in this area, but in this blog I will attempt to share some tips for making reading library resources online a little easier.
Skills For Study offers a range of modules to help develop all the skills you need to make your time at University a success. Modules include:
In this blog we will be explaining how you can find some good quality journal articles online for free, as well as also make the most of the university’s subscription journals. If you know of any more free resources which you think would be useful, do let us know.
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 as well as some of the initiatives which have been announced internationally to keep the world reading during self-isolation. This blog will be updated regularly with new resources. Please get in touch if you become aware of any e-book collections that you would like us to add.
This Women’s History Month CCCU Library is celebrating ‘forgotten’ women; those who have often been left out of the history books, whose accomplishments have been overshadowed by patriarchal narratives, whose significance has not always been rightfully recognised.
This LGBT+ History Month we are celebrating Poetry, Prose and Plays, and the LGBT+ writers that have changed and shaped the literary and theatrical landscapes.