What would you write in a letter to yourself, to either your past, present or future self? I’m taking part in this journey of self-discovery, choosing to write about my past self. Enough there already. It’s taking place today from 11.30-14.30 near the library entrance. There’s even free chocolate. It’s also part of a show at Lincoln’s Drill Hall – if you’re interested, pop along!
With over one hundred and fifty posts and rolling, our twitter account @LINClibrarian is another method use to promote the library to Lincoln International Business School students. I usually promote every blog post plus a couple of interesting re-tweets like those published by @GCWlibrary. Why not follow @LINClibrarian and catch up with the latest news and research insights today ?
If you wish to print in colour please view our new video produced by the Library:
Josh Zhang, our Library International coordinator, has developed a library guide for international students. The range of information includes learning development drop-in sessions, services like Academic Writing Support, Maths and Statistics support, et al. If you have any feedback or suggestions on this new guide please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Several new books and additional copies have arrived in the Library to support Business School students. I add them to a talis reading list which is a tab on this blog (see below) and includes the past three months of recent additions. If you would like any more books then please visit our More Books page.
The undoubted guru of study skills, Stella Cottrell, author of the bestselling Study Skills Handbook, explains what “The Seven Approaches to Learning” are and how these can improve your experience as a student, particularly in meeting the rigorous challenges set by the Higher Education environment.
The English Language Centre has Writing Support to help international students with assignments and dissertations. Students can come to their ‘Drop-In’ Sessions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-2pm at the Student Support Centre in the Main Administration Building.
An updated guide to help you locate useful tourism information including local statistics and web specific information.
Announcing the return of the Coffee Lounge!
When: Tuesday 18th September
Where: The Library ground floor
What time: Between 10am – 2pm
You feel like some free coffee and cake?
Fancy a chat about the services the Library has to offer?
Or just want to sit down with a nice hot drink and relax after rushing around the Freshers’ Fayre?
The Library Coffee Lounge is a chance for you to find out about the services the Library provides in a more relaxed and informal setting.
It is an opportunity for you to get to know the Academic Subject Librarians and the Customer Service team.
But it’s also a chance for us to welcome you to the Library and to the University for a new academic year.
We hope to see you there!