There are so many so-called special days now in our calendar (from Winnie the Pooh Day to National Answer your Cat’s Question Day – really?), you might be forgiven having missed this one. 11.1 or 11th of January is World …

‘Sketchnote Day’ – did this pass you by? Read more »

If you haven’t done so already, check out the first floor atrium of the Library where we have on display amazing art from the MA Illustration students and from the Library’s Special Collections we have some beautiful Ordnance Survey maps. …

MA students’ art work and maps from our Special Collections on display Read more »

Your friendly LexisLibrary representative is back and offering virtual training sessions once again this term. Just sign up through Eventbrite and you will be sent a joining link. Becoming Lexis and Westlaw certified helps you understand the research tools you …

LexisLibrary online training sessions resume Wednesday 12 January Read more »

Winston Churchill still stands as one of Britain’s most controversial figures. A man of unparalleled drive and ambition, poet, artist, and master of rhetoric, he embodied the last throws of British imperialistic colonialism. Now you can discover the man, his …

Introducing the Churchill Archive Read more »