Martin Luther King Jr Day is a holiday held on the third Monday of January in the USA. It celebrates the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr, the influential American civil rights leader. In this blog post, we will look at some of the resources that are available about Martin Luther King at Canterbury Christ Church University Library, in media, print and online.
The University is developing a Comprehensive Research Management System – Research Space – which will replace current research information systems and provide new functionality to increase efficiencies, enhance existing processes and improve user experience.
This September, Canterbury Christ Church University Library is celebrating Heritage Open Days, England’s largest festival of history and culture by revealing some of the fascinating research written about Canterbury by the university’s staff and students. We’ll also tell you more about some of the local studies material we have in our collection.
Need some dissertation inspiration?
Suffering from writer’s block?
Gale Primary Sources such as The Times Digital Archive, British Library Newspapers, 19th Century Periodicals, and The Burney Collection hold a wealth of information to get you back on track.
We are giving you the opportunity to brainstorm with the Gale Primary Sources team:
Drop-by the Gale Booth on 18 March in Augustine House Library, 11am-1pm. You’ll find us on the ground floor.
For this final post for Open Access Week we will be looking at CCCU’s institutional repository, CReaTE. We’ve already mentioned it a few times this week, but that’s because it’s really important in relation to open access, not just for the REF, but also because it’s probably the easiest way for people to make their research outputs accessible for free. So what are the benefits of using CReaTE for you, the researcher: