Tag: Northampton Square

Law books in Northampton Square Library

Library Services recently expanded the law collection in Northampton Square Library, in order to make as many core texts as possible available for students wishing to use this library and take advantage of its extended opening hours. In order to give everyone in the library the opportunity to consult them when needed, the majority of…Continue Reading Law books in Northampton Square Library

Library Services’ Autumn Specials

Autumn Specials: A series of drop-in sessions at Northampton Square and Cass Libraries

This autumn Library Services will host a series of drop-in sessions and workshops at the Northampton Square and Cass Libraries. These sessions form our Library Services Autumn Specials. They will be an excellent opportunity to meet the people behind these resources and learn about how to get more out of library resources. See the table…Continue Reading Library Services’ Autumn Specials

Level 3 at Northampton Square Library

Although the spaces in the Northampton Square Library have been quieter over the summer, library staff have been busy using your feedback to make changes. level 3 can be very loud, reducing noise levels would be very good This was a common theme in our recent feedback campaigns, with many of you suggesting that you…Continue Reading Level 3 at Northampton Square Library

Late Summer Bank Holiday at Northampton Square Library

On Monday 27th August, the Library will be open from 10am to 10pm to City University students and staff for reference and self-service only.  …Continue Reading Late Summer Bank Holiday at Northampton Square Library

Northampton Square Level 3: new furniture

On Friday 24th August, we will be installing more new furniture on Level 3. It will take all day. As it will be noisy, you might want to go and study in another area. Keep an eye out for our new look!…Continue Reading Northampton Square Level 3: new furniture

The Law Library in College Building is now open

The Law Library in College Building is now open! Where is it? The Library is situated in AG17, College Building, on the ground floor. If you can’t find it, please check the campus map: city.ac.uk/visit. Who can access it? Access is restricted to City Law School students and staff. What about the Innovation Centre Library?…Continue Reading The Law Library in College Building is now open

24 hour opening at Northampton Square Library

From Monday 30th of April until midnight on Friday 8th of June the Northampton Square Library will be open 24/7 for you to study around-the-clock. Library staff will be on hand during normal working hours before handing over to our Security colleagues who’ll keep an eye on things until morning: but don’t worry, if you suddenly think…Continue Reading 24 hour opening at Northampton Square Library

Library Loves… Feedback: 19th February – 23rd February

Over the next week Library staff will be popping-up all over City to gather your feedback. This is your chance to tell us what you love about Library Services and what we could do better.There will  be goodies on offer and the chance to win £10 in Print Credit by entering our prize draw. Your…Continue Reading Library Loves… Feedback: 19th February – 23rd February

Financial Times to visit City in February

The Financial Times will be visiting during International City Week in February. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about key international features of the paper including: How to see what’s on the front page of today’s print edition everywhere in the world International columnists and the coverage. The Financial Times at Northampton Square Kylie Gammans…Continue Reading Financial Times to visit City in February

Christmas from the Archive

Whether through tradition, faith or common experience, Christmas is a time when family, friends and strangers come together to celebrate, remember, and look forwards with optimism to the new year approaching. Never more is this optimism tested than when suffering hardships such as poverty, illness, or experiencing and surviving conflict: and sadly the latter has…Continue Reading Christmas from the Archive