CCi Library News April 2014

creative news photoWe will post CCi Library News  following our Faculty Library Committee meetings.  It will summarise the key news items which we think are important to staff and students within the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries.

Lets start with our feature story – Liblog the new library blog is available via the purple ‘b’ icon on any Library webpage. To see blog posts from Greta and Lizzie, visit the ‘My Subject’ section of the website, e.g. Creative Arts, Art and Design We will recommend ‘book of the week’ from our new books display as well as enlighten you to other interesting things in our subject areas which can help to promote our library resources.

Have a question? We can helpA new online help form is available via the ‘?’ icon on every Library webpage. This form complements existing methods of contacting the library (in person, email, telephone and chat).  It’s designed to prompt students for the information we require in order to help with their enquiry.

Library refurbishment project has its own website to update clients on the summer works. An artist’s impression is included. It is advisable that clients visit the website and contact us prior to making a special journey to the library over the summer vacation.

Manage your online reading lists

CCi staff can drop in to Eldon Social Learning Space 0.98  (opposite the Faculty staff office) on:

  • Friday 9th May 09.00 – 12.00
  • Thursday 15th May 14.00 – 17.00
  • Wednesday 21st May 09.00 – 12.00

Further drop-ins will be running in Library Seminar Room 1:

  • Wednesday 30th April 09.00 – 12.00
  • Tuesday 13th May 09.00 – 12.00
  • Thursday 22nd May 14.00 – 17.00

Lizzie and Greta will be there to answer your questions, set you up with access and provide you with a space to practice – bring your own laptop if you have one.

Photo by Adam_T4

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