• Do you need classroom materials for your teaching placement?

    It may be early in the term but if you are working with children and you are looking for materials to take to your placement/setting for use in the classroom you may want to check out the Education Resource Collection. The collection contains a range of materials from books (fiction and non-fiction), posters, games, dvds,…

  • Woodlands Library drop-in Tuesday 30th April

    Drop in and see us at the Woodlands Library Open Day on Tuesday 30th April  between 12 and 2:30pm. You can meet representatives from Learning Services, Student Services and the Students’ Union. Advice will be available on student finance, off campus support and how to access University IT via your phone, tablet or laptop. You…

  • Can’t find the book you’re after? We’re here to help…

    What do you do when all the copies of that essential book are out on loan and you don’t have the time to wait for a reservation to come in? Well, don’t panic, there are several things you can do to find other books which may be equally as valuable. If you search for the…

  • World Book Day: a celebration of children’s reading

    Today is World Book Day, an international celebration of books and reading which is held in over 100 countries. In Britain, World Book Day aims to promote reading to children and to provide them with an opportunity to own their own books. In schools all over the country today special £1 book tokens will be…

  • Started to think about your reading list?

    Wondering where to find information for your first assignment? A good starting point is your reading list. All the items on your reading list have been chosen by your tutors and they work closely with Learning Services so that the books and journals are available for you to use. What’s more we’ve made it easy…

  • Taking a fresh look at your reading list: a workshop for staff

    Thursday 3rd May 11am-12pm This workshop will cover: how to search library resources for the latest material in order to update reading lists; how to liaise with Learning Services to ensure that your reading lists are made accessible to students. To book a place on this workshop visit the Staff Development wiki at https://go.edgehill.ac.uk/apps/pls/apex/f?p=186:2:::NO:2:P2_EVENT_ID:1161 Andy Tomkins…

  • Book Fair for Staff 3rd February

    Learning Services will be holding a book fair tomorrow, Friday 3rd February between 11 am and 3 pm in room E17. There will be publishers’ representatives from Sage, Scholastic and Continuum and a display from Open University Press. The representatives will bring a selection of the latest and most popular titles and we will be…

  • Literature Searching: an introduction – a workshop for staff and research students

    Do you want to improve your search techniques? Would you like to find out more about databases and electronic journals collections? Then come come along to this workshop where you will have the opportunity to learn effective techniques and to explore the range of electronic materials available.   After this session you will be able to: Plan an…

  • Steps to Success: Reading Lists 17th January 12-1 pm

    You can still book on to the Steps to Success session on getting the most out of your reading list. This will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 17th January between 12 and 1 pm on the first floor of the University Library. This session will enable you to find your reading list using the Library Catalogue,…

  • Use Learning Edge to find out about support from Learning Services

    There are 3 new Learning Edge support areas produced by Learning Services, which are available to all students and staff. These will be really useful if you need information about or support from Learning Services. The areas are called: • Learning Services: Academic Support • Learning Services: Inclusive Services • Learning Services: Room Bookings Learning…