From the moment the lights dim and the curtain draws back we are captivated. We laugh, we cry, we sing along, all the time sharing the experiences of those on stage.
Our third stop in looking at how we’ve made improvements based on your feedback looks at Study Support.
As part of LGBT+ History month, the university is focusing on several literary figures. We thought it would be interesting to look at Forster’s life and work and contrast it to that of a contemporary author, to see how society and attitudes have moved on. In this blog, we concentrate on E M Forster in more detail, because he is one of the four writers celebrated by the official campaign during this month.
There is currently an issue with some student email accounts which may be preventing users from receiving emails. In some cases this will have affected the receipt of library emails. IT expect this problem to last until about 1 P.M. today.
If you think you may have missed an email from the library, please contact us at email@example.com and we will send you the information you need. Apologies for any inconvenience this causes.
On my first day volunteering at Canterbury Christ Church University’s archive, more specifically working on the Braddon collection, I came across a letter dating from the 1960s from history professor Robert Lee Wolff to Henry Maxwell.
In part one of this blog we looked at how we are improving the availability of library resources, based on user feedback. For this second part, we are focusing on Study spaces and the study environment.
So what exactly have we done to improve things here?..