We will be open over the summer. Don’t forget that you can still access our online resources from home too.
The following books are now available to borrow.
Sociology 8th edition by Anthony Giddens and Philip W. Sutton
Automatic Society: Volume 1: The Future Of Work by Bernard Stiegler
Is Racism an Environmental Threat? By Ghassan Hage
Is Science Racist? By Jonathan Marks
Foucault: The Birth Of Power by Stuart Elden
Essential Concepts In Sociology 2nd edition by Anthony Giddens and Philip W. Sutton
What Is The Future? By John Urry
Foucault and Neoliberalism edited by Daniel Zamora and Michael C. Behrent
Seeing Like a City by Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift
Books may be borrowed for up to three weeks. You can renew them three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. In Britain the most common mental health conditions are depression and anxiety.
We have a wide range of resources focusing on Mental Health conditions. Below are just a few of the available resources. Click here for our full list.
Mental Illness by Cara Acred
Drugs, Alcohol and Mental Health (2nd edition) by Alan and Vicky Cornwell
Anxiety and Stress by Cara Acred
Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive (ClickView Video, available to watch on and off campus.)
Asperger’s Syndrome: A guide for parents and professionals by Tony Attwood
Dealing With Mental Illness by Craig Donnellan
A World of Pain: Meera Syal on self harm (DVD)
We also have the Sorted! Collection, this is a series of books focusing on a range of conditions and issues such as Depression, OCD and Bereavement. These books offer help and advice on dealing with these conditions. They are useful for all age groups and can be borrowed by both students and staff.
Please speak to college counselors, friends, colleagues or tutors if you are struggling with anything. Talking to someone else can help.
Exams will soon be upon us. Don’t panic! Revise as often as you can, and just try your best on the day. We have lots of exam resources to help you prepare.
Here’s some tips for exam revision.
1- Give yourself plenty of time to study everything you need to. Don’t wait until the last minute to get started.
2- Don’t cram too much revision in at one time. Take regular breaks whilst you are studying.
3- Set up a regular study group with classmates.
4- Practice on past exam papers.
5- Study somewhere quiet (with as few distractions as possible.)
6- Make sure you let your tutor know if you are struggling with any subjects.
7- Borrow exam resources from the Library to help you practice.
We have some new books, and a new DVD available to borrow. Books may be borrowed for up to three weeks. DVDs can be borrowed for one week. You can renew your loans three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
Studying Human Resource Management 2nd edition edited by Stephen Taylor and Carol Woodhams
Introduction To Employment Law: Fundamentals for HR and Business Students 4th edition by Kathy Daniels
AQA Law For A2 5th edition by Jacqueline Martin and Chris Turner
Great Ways To Learn Anatomy and Physiology 2nd edition by Charmaine McKissock
Cell Biology & Biochemistry by Tracey Greenwood et al
Core Concepts in Cell Biology edited by Rebecca Alvania
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
The Murder Of Mary Russell by Laurie R. King
Dreaming Spies by Laurie R. King
The God Of The Hive by Laurie R. King
Shadowmancer by G.P. Taylor
Once Upon A Time: A short history of the Fairy Tale by Marina Warner
The Irresistible Fairy Tale : The cultural and social history of a genre by Jack Zipes
The Uses Of Enchantment: The meaning and importance of Fairy Tales by Bruno Bettelheim
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Rebels attempt to steal the plans to the Death Star. Directed by Gareth Edwards. Starring Felicity Jones and Ben Mendelsohn.
The following books are now available to borrow from the Nuneaton and Hinckley campus Library.
The Graffiti Subculture by Nancy Macdonald
Analysing Community Work: theory and practice 2nd edition by Keith Popple
Visual Communication: from theory to practice by Jonathan Bald
Fabrication and Welding Engineering by Roger Timings
Learn To Weld: beginning MIG welding and metal fabrication basics by Stephen Blake Christena
Grit: The Power Of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth
Sculpture Today by Judith Collins
Philosophers On Art From Kant To The Postmodernists: a critical review by Christopher Kul-Want
Cystic Fibrosis: a guide for patient and family 4th edition by David M.Orenstein, Jonathan E. Spahr and Daniel J. Weiner
Inherited Metabolic Diseases: a guide to 100 conditions edited by Steve Harrison
Cystic Fibrosis 4th edition by Anne H. Thomson and Ann Harris
Gray’s Anatomy by Henry Gray F.R.S
Anatomy and Physiology For Health Professionals: an interactive journey 3rd edition by Bruce J. Colbert, Jeff Ankney and Karen T. Lee
Books can be borrowed for up to three weeks. You can renew your loans three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
We are open over Easter, but not every day. Remember that you can renew and reserve online as normal. Please note that Hinckley campus Library is closed on Wednesday 12th April.
Some new books are now available at the Nuneaton campus Library.
Time Management by Kate Williams and Michelle Reid
Gray’s Anatomy For Students 3rd edition by Richard L. Drake, A. Wayne Vogl and Adam W. M. Mitchell
Understanding Social Work: preparing for practice 4th edition by Neil Thompson
Anti-Discriminatory Practice 4th edition by Neil Thompson
Grimm’s Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Marketing Strategy and Competitive Positioning 6th edition by Graham Hooley, Nigel F. Piercy and Brigitte Nicouland