Monthly Archives: March 2016

Easter reading

If you’re looking for a break from studying this Easter weekend why not borrow some light reading from the Library? Fiction is now available at each Library site with collections that include modern and classic titles.   To search for individual titles use … Continue reading

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Extended Library Opening

Following the success of 24/7 opening in January, we will once again be opening 24/7 at Northampton Square Library and Cass Learning Resource Centre in the lead up to and during the spring assessment periods to give you more time … Continue reading

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Library Staff Love #5: Naxos

With Easter approaching, what better way to enjoy the bank holiday weekend than taking time out to visit the beautiful Greek island of Naxos? With its picturesque Mediterranean setting, gorgeous food and… Oh, wait, sorry. Let me start this post again….* … Continue reading

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Hold Up!

You can place a book on hold when there are no copies available at all or if the only available copies are at other sites. Once a hold is placed, a copy of the desired item will be put aside … Continue reading

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Books of the Irish

Ireland is known as the land of saints and scholars. This is partly because of its preeminence in monastic scholarship during the early medieval period, but is there more to Ireland than this? The answer is, of course, yes. Ireland is … Continue reading

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