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?


Summer Holidays 2015 – Plan, Discover & Indulge with us!

Summer Hols 2015 Final Display









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:

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!

New magazine subscriptions

The library has recently taken out a new magazine subscritpion which may be of interest to travel and tourism staff/students. ‘Tourism‘ is the official magazine of the Tourism Society and aims to keep readers up to date with news of the tourism industry through articles such as marketing in a recession, tourism footprint and technology in tourism. Tourism is published four times a year and – as with other magazines available in the library – back issues may be borrowed for one week. For more information see the Tourism Society website.

The library has also taken out another new magazine subscription – our first issue of Men’s Health magazine arrived today. This magazine may be suitable for those studying fitness courses or beauty courses; it is also a general interest magazine with articles covering a variety of popular culture topics including food, fashion, television and gadgets. Kept at the Nuneaton campus, a new issue of Men’s Health is released each month and back issues are available to borrow for one week at a time. For more inforamtion see the Men’s Health website.

Rhythm Magazine

The Hinckley Campus Library now stocks Rhythm magazine to support music students at the college.   The November issue is available now to read in the library and past issues will be available for loan in due course.

Online access to the magazine is available at:

Rhthym compliments Bass Player, Sound on Sound and Guitar Techniques which are already available to students of music and all musicians at the college.

A-Level/Access Magazines – Online Access

The College Library provides access to five magazines for A-Level/Access students – The emagazine, English Review, Psychology Review, Sociology Review and Biological Sciences Review (access to the last one will be enabled shortly).

For the access details for The emagazine, please visist the library page on Moodle or ask a member of Library staff.

To request access to English Review, Psychology Review, Sociology Review and Biological Sciences Review, please send a request.

All those publications, as well as Business ReviewA-Level Law Review, 20th Century History Review and Politics Review can be found in a printed format in the Library (Nuneaton campus).