This semester second year students Natalie Tungate and Daniel Randall have been working with the David Baron Collection, a newly acquired collection of objects and Victorian Judaica.
What do you think of CCCU’s communications?
At CCCU, we want to know how the University can best communicate with as many students as possible, so everyone knows what we can offer to help them succeed.
What is grey literature?
Grey literature is a term used to refer to many types of information which are not available through traditional publishing channels. It may be published electronically or in print format, […]
The devil is in the details: a few Harvard home truths
If you have ever played Master Mind, you will know that you can get a colour in the right place (black peg) or in the wrong place (white peg) and […]
A very Kentish education
The early 1920s was a period of hope and transformation after the horrors of the Great War. Education had been hard hit in the period 1914-18 with male teachers joining […]
Explore Your Archives Week
As archives and records organizations across the UK and Ireland celebrate ‘Explore Your Archives Week’, it seemed a good time to share what has been going on in the CCCU […]
PICO and SPIDER and SPICE, oh my!
As a health librarian, one of the things which final year and postgraduate students ask me about most often is PICO. But what on earth is PICO? Not, sadly, a […]
New support for systematic reviews: Cochrane Interactive Learning
Are you tackling a systematic review but not sure where to start? Struggling to define your review question or come up with a clear search strategy? The Library now subscribes […]