There’s a small book display on the ground floor of the GCW University Library to mark the end of Boolefest (“a celebration of the life of George Boole“), a week-long arts and sciences festival which has been organised by Dave Kenyon in the Faculty of Media, Humanities & Technology. It consists of: A short ‘Boolean [...]
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How students should book and why we’re only advertising two weeks worth at a time.
On Wednesday 19 August we welcome visitors from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. Two summers ago the Learning Resources Manager plus colleagues visited Lincoln and found it particularly useful given the parallels between the new CSM site at King’s Cross and the GCW at Lincoln. This summer we are hosting a visit [...]
Here it is… broadcast just before 8 o’clock yesterday morning, on the Breakfast Show with Rodders. With apologies for my bad attempts at radio humour.
http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=404393&c=1 “Stem Architects were inspired by the secret monastic library in Umberto Eco’s novel The Name of the Rose to create a traditional library where scholars could absorb themselves in private study.” You learn something new every day.
Welcome to issue eleven of the Library and Learning Resources newsletter “The Buzz”. Many thanks to all the contributors and keep your ideas rolling in! Read on…
W elcome to issue ten of the Library and Learning Resources newsletter “The Buzz”. Many thanks to all the contributors and keep your ideas rolling in! Read on…