How to… find a study space

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Did you know that the library offers a variety of different study spaces?

Come along to one of our drop in sessions at Seacole Library and

 

  • Find a study space that suits you
  • Learn more about the learning area in the new building at City South Campus
  • Use PC finder
  • Identify study zones within the library

The drop in sessions are running on the following dates and times at Seacole Library:

Monday 5  February 10:00 to 11:00
Tuesday 6  February 11:00 to 12:00
Wednesday 7  February 12:00 to 13:00
Thursday 8  February 13:00 to 14:00
Friday 9  February 12:00 to 13:00

Find us at the comfy seating area in the Library by the Self-Service Machines

 

^ Posted on behalf of Huizhe Jin, Customer Services, Seacole Library

Make more of our library resources

Do you want to discover more about how to use library resources, services and databases?

find resources

Then sign up to one of our drop-in sessions where you can:

  • Get hands-on experience of using our databases eg. CINAHL; MEDLINE: Cochrane: PSYCHArticles; SPORTSDiscus; Summon
  • Learn how to get the most out of the databases
  • Improve your search skills and techniques to get better results

Sessions take place in Seacole 271, and are running from now until April.

Simply book your place via moodle (Open Sessions at City South) 

^Posted on behalf of the Learning, Teaching & Research Team, Seacole Library

Collection Spotlight: Anatomy.TV

A collection spotlight

Great news! We have taken out a subscription to Anatomy.TV.

This is an interactive resource which brings human anatomy and muscle function to life in 3D models. There are also quizzes and activities to test your knowledge.

Anatomy,tv

To access this resource log in to iCity and go through the library’s A-Z of Resources.

We hope you find it useful. Let us know what you think via libanswers.bcu.ac.uk

^Trudi

We need you… Part 2

Graduate PlusLLR

We need students to take part in some focus groups to help us understand your perspective on navigating around our systems to access library resources.

You would be required to attend two sessions, one in May this academic year, and one next academic year in the Spring term.

Each session lasts 2 hours and involves

  1. Scenario based activities to enable us to detail your experiences of accessing library resources. We will assess your customer journey in terms of ease, quality and emotional response.
  2. Focus group discussion

We value your input because understanding your perspectives and hearing ‘your’ voice are essential to the development of our processes and services.

The dates for Session 1 are:

Tuesday 2nd May 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Thursday 4th May 10am – 12noon

Tuesday 9th May 1pm – 3pm

If you are interested in participating please email llrservicedevelopment@bcu.ac.uk 

Participation counts towards your Silver award.

^This was posted on behalf of BCU Graduate+ and Library and Learning Resources.

We need you… Part 1

Graduate PlusLLR

We are looking for as many 1st and 2nd year BCU students as possible to take part in our online survey.

The survey involves completing a scenario based question around finding library resources via our library systems.

We value your input because understanding your perspectives and hearing ‘your’ voice are essential to the development of our processes and services.

If you are interested in participating please email ebase@bcu.ac.uk

Participation counts towards your Bronze award.

 

^This was posted on behalf of BCU Graduate+ and Library and Learning Resources.