We’ve been hard at work expanding our Subject Guides section on our website to now include over 40+ tailor-made pages that cover everything from Animation to Child Care, Drama to Mathematics, Media Studies to Public Services and much more!

On each page you’ll find lists of subject-relevant books, e-books, magazines, DVDs, streamed video (on our media player, ClickView), external websites and links to extremely useful study help sites.


Hopefully you’ll find everything you need, however if we have missed out a subject or a particular excellent website, please feel free to contact us and we’ll include it in our ever-expanding list, it’s an organic thing!

Why not take a look for yourself and discover something new?


Search For E-Books On Moodle

e-book-moodle-searchHooray! Searching for E-books just got easier. You can now search from your course sections on Moodle.

Simply look down the side column for the E-book search box; type in the title, author or subject you want to find. Click enter. You will then be taken to the Library catalogue showing the results of your search.


Contact Library staff if you need any help.


Fantastic E-resources are just a mouse click away


The Library offers so much more than just books. Through us you can access E-books, streamed videos, magazine/journal archives and interactive videos and tutorials.

E-books are handy, especially if all the physical copies are out on loan. Browse our E-book collection to see what’s available for your course. Access the complete E-book collection here.

ClickView Online really is a treasure. Access recorded TV content and request programmes to be added to our College ClickView Library. Add video clips into Moodle and Powerpoint presentations, create interactive videos and presentations. Never used this? Need a demo? Pop in and see us!

Vogue Archive is a must for Fashion students and staff. Access the complete archive of American Vogue. Access through the library webpage under E-resources.

Check out our range of online archives here.

No password is needed to access in college. For off-campus access you will be asked to type in your normal college login details.

Any questions or problems? Email us – , phone us on extension 3263(Nuneaton),3405(Hinckley) or 7568(SLC) or pop in and see us. We are happy to help.


The James Bond Collection

Moonraker Novel ScannedAre you a 007 fan? Then make sure you check out our Bond collection.

We have a selection of Ian Fleming’s novels available. We also have novels by other authors continuing Bond’s adventures. We also have books and E-books about the Bond series.

You can also borrow the latest Bond film Spectre starring Daniel Craig.

To see our Bond collection click here.


Books can be borrowed for three weeks. DVDs can be borrowed for one week. You can renew items up to three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else. To find out how to access E-books click here.


Mental Health Awareness Week – 16th – 20th May 2016

Mental Health Awareness ScannedThis week is Mental Health Awareness Week.

Do you want to learn more about various mental health conditions? Are you looking for help and advice? The Library can help you.


We have a display with books and DVDs on this topic in the Nuneaton campus Library. To see a full list of our available resources on this topic click here.


Maths and English

English 2 ScannedGot your Maths and English exams coming up? The Library has a wide selection of Maths and English resources available for you to borrow.

We also have past exam papers for you to practice with, please speak to Library staff if you would like to work through some.

To see our full range of Maths resources click here

To see our full range of English resources click here

Books can be borrowed for up to three weeks, they may be renewed three times unless they’ve been reserved by someone else.





National Libraries Day – Saturday 7 February 2015!

Love Libraries? Show it

National Libraries Day will hit Britain on Saturday 7 February 2015, with the message that we love our library and information services and the professionals behind them.

With an emphasis on fun and creating a buzz around libraries of all description, Saturday 7 February will round off a week of special celebrations held in local, public, academic and workplace libraries up and down the country. It is a chance for people to organise a local event or visit their library and interact with the vital work carried out by their library and information professionals, reminding decision-makers that our libraries and librarians are valued.

The National Libraries Day campaign is designed to say a national thank-you for the unique contribution made by library and information professionals and their institutions to personal and professional prosperity; from sparking a lifelong love of books and reading, to accelerating literacy and learning and connecting workers with the different kinds of information they need in their workplace; providing a home for social relationships and inclusiveness and a safe place for any member of the community to gain help and essential access to information and the internet.

For National Libraries Day 2014, thousands of people took part in over 600 events in libraries across the country, including author visits and performances, with highlights from a mad hatter’s tea party in Chester, to a 1940s dance in Bournemouth, to a Harry Potter themed event in London and stories and songs in Glasgow. The first National Libraries Day ambassador, author Lesley Pearce, appeared on BBC Breakfast TV to talk about the campaign.

Join in by visiting, organising an event, contributing to our forums, following @NatLibrariesDay on twitter, tweeting with the #NLD15 hashtag and visiting your local Library.

More information on local Libraries can be found at the following links:

(Taken from National Libraries Day website)

Ebsco ebooks – access from home

 All about college ebooks To access college ebooks hosted on Ebsco:

  • Find the ebook you are interested in on the library catalogue
  • Click on the Read me… button


To view Ebsco ebooks off-site, you will need to follow the steps outlined below


  • Click Shibboleth Login
  • In the dropdown menu select UK Higher Education


  • Choose North Warwickshire & Hinckley College (Shibboleth) from the list
  • A login page will then appear on screen. Use your college login details – the number on your college card and your password.


Still confused? Contact the library.