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?
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Today is International Women’s Day, celebrating the achievements of women around the world. The Library has plenty of novels(fiction and non fiction) and films written and directed by women. We also have film adaptations, books and documentaries about some of them too. Come in and have a browse.
Fiction may be borrowed for three weeks and DVDs for one week. You can renew your items three times, unless they’ve been reserved by someone else.
Here are just a few of the female authors and directors available; give their names a click to see which of their titles we have available in the Library.
Daphne Du Maurier
Louisa May Alcott
The Bronte Sisters
Have you enjoyed reading a book and want to see the film adaptation? Then come and check out our Page to Screen display at the Nuneaton campus Library.
We have a selection of films based on books available to borrow for one week.
The following are just a few of the titles we have available:
The Hunger Games
The Remains of the Day
The Kite Runner
A Room With a View
The Green Mile
The Harry Potter series
You can find more film adaptations at the Hinckley campus Library.
DVDs can be borrowed for one week and may be renewed three times, unless they have been reserved by someone else.
Are 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.
The Library has a number of new books and DVDs now available to borrow. Titles available include the following:
OECD Skills Beyond School Synthesis Report.
Schooling in the Workplace by Nancy Hoffman.
Shakespeare Made Easy: The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare. Modernised by Alan Durband.
The Human Condition 2nd Edition by Hannah Arendt.
The Origins Of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt.
Microsoft System Center 2012 Service Manager Cookbook by Samuel Erskine, Anders Asp, Andreas Baumgarten, Steve Beaumont and Dieter Gasser.
Issues: Cloning and Stem Cells Edited by Cara Acred.
Issues: Education Edited by Cara Acred.
Issues: Biotechnology Edited by Cara Acred.
Two copies of The Merchant of Venice directed by Michael Radford.
Coaching Players: A New Approach
To coincide with the start of the new Football season, the college Library have purchased The Future Game, The Future Game – Grassroots books and The Future Game – 3D Animations DVD. First published in 2010, the three resources are perfect for students and staff involved at all levels of the ‘beautiful game’.
They can be found in shelf mark 796.3342 in the Sports section of the Nuneaton Campus Library
The Future Game is a brand new blueprint for the overall future of football in this country. Included in the 275 page guide is The FA’s playing and coaching philosophy and guidelines for player development in age specific sections with over a 100 practice sessions. The Future Game has been worked up collaboratively with expert coaches from the professional game.
The Future Game – Grassroots is the essential guide for coaches working with young players in the grass roots game. Aiming to develop their experience, capture imagination and ignite enthusiasm, this book is packed with expert research into young players and advice on creating a positive learning environment.
The boxset contains:
A guide to The FA’s playing and coaching philosophy
A guide to age-appropriate practices with coaching session plans.
An engaging DVD
Lastly, The Future Game – 3D Animations DVD is a coaching animation tool created by the FA Licensed Coaches’ Club in partnership with TactX, to animate the practice syllabus from The Future Game. Over 100 age-appropriate practice sessions are included, each with downloadable practice progressions and key coaching points along with session plans that can also be transferred to other devices.
More information on The Future Game can be found at:
A number of new DVDs are now available to borrow for one week from the Nuneaton and Hinckley campus Libraries.
Available at the Nuneaton campus
The Green Mile
The Butterfly Effect
Available at the Hinckley Campus
The Adjustment Bureau
This Thursday(14th May)College students and staff will be taking part in a sponsored sleep out, it’s to help raise awareness of homelessness. They will also be raising money for local homeless charity Doorway.
The College Library has a selection of books, DVDs and E-books about homelessness which are available to borrow. The Nuneaton campus Library has a Homeless Awareness Week display, next time you’re in the Library pop in and take a look. Books can be borrowed for three weeks and DVDs for one week. You can renew your items up to six times.
If you’ve not planned your Summer Holidays yet, there are loads of resources in the college Library to help you. From our newly-expanded Travel Guide section (Shelf Mark: 900-999), to Language books (400-499), Travel and Tourism (338), Customs and Folklore (390-399), Philosophy and Religion (200-299) and even Arts, Architecture and Photography (Hinckley Campus: 700-799), we should have pretty much everything covered… Apart from booking flights, car parking and transfers of course!
Absolute gems include:
Rough Guides – ‘First Time Around the World’, ‘Spain’, ‘Greek Islands’ + lots more
DK Eyewitness – ‘Italian Lakes’, ‘Canary Islands’, ‘French-English Visual Bilingual Dictionary’ + lots more
Lonely Planet – ‘Europe on a Shoestring’, ‘Malta & Gozo’ + lots more
‘Collins Discovery World Atlas’
‘Tourist Attractions & Events of the World’
‘The Guardian Green Travel Guide’
Instant – ‘Italian’, ‘Spanish’, ‘Greek’
To discover what we have on-shelf, check out: http://heritage.nwhc.ac.uk/
Don’t forget we also have a boatload of other resources such as e-books, magazines, ClickView, and DVDs to help you choose your ideal holiday destination!
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Calling all film studies and English literature students! There are over 200 films available from both the Nuneaton and Hinckley libraries. Titles include: Goodfellas, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Edward Scissorhands, Chocolat, Jurassic Park, Avatar, The Birds, The damned united, The Seventh Seal and Jaws.
Hinckley library also has a selection of BluRay titles, including The Stanley Kubrick visionary filmmaker collection; it contains several of Kubrick’s signature films, including Lolita, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon and his final film, Eyes Wide Shut.
Whether you’re looking for an adaptation of a classic novel or something which highlights the skill of film editing, you are guaranteed to find what you’re looking for.
DVDs can be borrowed for one week. You can renew items in person, over the phone or by email if you want to keep them for longer.