I’ve written a few blogs over the last few years, to celebrate LGBT Month and for other reasons, and one of the things I’ve discovered is that I never cease to be amazed at what I find out! I know very little about football………….. to be honest, I’m not very interested in it………. and was only vaguely aware that the women’s game has been around for so many years. Indeed, it goes back to the late 19th century here in the UK. Yet, when I began to research Lily Parr and her life, I found a whole area of sporting history that was fascinating. Why not come with me on a quick journey back to last century and see how what happened then paved the way for the women players of today?
Our final stop in our review of 2020. Today we are looking at how we’ve adapted and improved our Study support across last year.
If you missed the previous blogs in this series, you can catch up with them here:
Library accounts are created for all CCCU users in LibrarySearch, where you can log into your account and access e-resources. Occasionally technical difficulties may cause a delay in the creation of library accounts. If you should find you are one of the users affected, you can still access e-resources via LibrarySearch without actually needing to sign in to LibrarySearch. Please read on to find out how.
Mark Weston, national champion, participated in many UK field events, within female athletics of the 1920’s . One, of many, individuals in sport with intersex characteristics. Here’s his story and an exploration of intersex within athletics and the Olympics.
Because of a technical issue the library is unable to offer the normal evening telephone support today (Wednesday 10 February).
Remote support is still available via the usual email and live chat services until 8pm as normal (please see our Opening Hours for more information).
Continuing our weekly look at the changes made in the library in the last year. Part 1 focussed on the changes to the resources the Library has made available. This week we come to the changes to the Library spaces themselves.