System maintenance on Thursday 5th May
There will be a brief interruption to service for the e-resources linking tool, ConneXions on Thursday morning between 8am and 9am. The service will be unavailable for around ten minutes so that new configuration can be applied...
(3 May 2016) » More about System maintenance on Thursday 5th May
De-stress during exam term at the Library
Would you like to pet a dog? Get a free stress ball? Or how about relaxing with an ice cream in this lovely weather we’re having? You can get all of the above (nice weather not guaranteed) outside the Library this term!
(29 Apr 2016) » More about De-stress during exam term at the Library
Exam Revision Help at the Bill Bryson Library Subject Support Point
On Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Bill Bryson Library, between 10:00-16:00, your Academic Liaison Librarians offer Subject Support to all students who wish to drop in.
Library 24/7 is back at Queen’s Campus Library, starting Saturday 23 April
From Saturday 23 April – Friday 27 May (ending at midnight) at Queen’s Campus Library, giving you an unlimited amount of time to use the Library.
Library 24/7 is back at the Bill Bryson Library, starting Monday 11 April!
Library 24/7 will also run from Saturday 23 April – Thursday 26 May (ending at midnight) at Queen’s Campus Library, giving you an unlimited amount of time to use the Library.
Somme 1916: From Durham to the Western Front
100 years on, this commemorative exhibition will explore the reality of the Battle of the Somme through the eyes of the people from County Durham who were there.
During the First World War, battle after battle was fought by the British Army on the Western Front in Belgium and France.
A century later, the Battle of the Somme stands out as one of the largest offensives of World War I. With over 1 million casualties, the popular view of the offensive is of brave young soldiers and callous generals, doomed attacks and senseless slaughter.
(4 Mar 2016) » More about Somme 1916: From Durham to the Western Front
MORE BOOKS is back!
A new and improved MORE BOOKS service is back.
We’ve taken the best parts of our More Books and Recommend a Book services to create one easy and direct way to tell the Library which resources you can’t get hold of so we can purchase more books and e-books to meet your academic needs.
(8 Feb 2016) » More about MORE BOOKS is back!