Spring Selection 2014
Click to see a selection of the latest books we’ve added to the library.
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a selection of resources and services available through the Library that support the Study+ skills topics.
Oxford Handbooks E-books board
links you into a selection of Oxford Handbooks e-books with two clicks.
We want YOU to tell us what you think about your library services. What are your experiences of your library? What do we do well and what could we improve?
From 31 March – 6 April, we’re putting up a feedback wall in the Library foyer. Write your comments on the post-it notes provided and stick them on!
We’ll post our responses online on the Library Pinterest board, the link will be on our Library Homepage.
You can also use #thinklibrary to tweet us (@sgullibrary) your feedback throughout the week.
There will be free cupcakes on our launch date
Monday 31 March 12 – 1pm
Visit our Pinterest page to find a selection of the new books that are available in the Library.
This week is Disability Awareness Week in St George’s and the Student Union is putting on some great events.
2nd Floor Hunter Wing – All week
Display of artwork from a variety of artists with physical and intellectual disabilities.
Wednesday 14th, in the Alistair Hunter Room, 2nd Floor Hunter Wing, 5pm doors open 5.30pm showing.
Health Bites – Produced and performed by The Baked Bean Theatre Company, a collective of actors with learning disabilities, ‘Health Bites’ gives an insider perspective on what it’s like for people with learning disabilities to use the National Health Service.
Both events are free and available to students and staff members.
Visit the Library’s Pinterest board to see our the resources the Library has for users with disabilities, and a selection of the books we have available on the topic of disabilities.
October is Black History Month. To celebrate St George’s University Library has created a Pinterest board to celebrate those who have made significant contributions to the medical field. You may have heard of Mary Seacole, but do you know why Henrietta Lacks is important?
What vital contributions were made by Caribbean women during the formative years of the NHS, and which ancient doctor is still held in high regard?
Visit our Pinterest board to find out more.