Watch this space for details of a new online reader to improve the experience of reading ebooks, with lots of new features and enhancements – to be launched next week!
Come and take a look at the Get Set Week display at Moreton Morrell Library. There are lots of resources available on taking the next step in your academic career and entering the world of work, and also a competition to enter to be in with a chance of winning a £15 Amazon voucher. To enter, simply tell us who these famous people are and group them according to a common factor! Entry forms available from the Library Help Desk.
…but don’t have time to browse the library shelves?
Moreton Morrell College Library have gathered some suggestions together in one place so you can choose something to borrow without spending ages looking for the one you will really enjoy reading.
We have books on a wide range of interests, hobbies and sports. Maybe you prefer a good novel or perhaps a graphic novel or audiobook is more your style?
Check out the display in the Library near the counter and borrow something today.
Posted by Sally Humphrey
All students are required by the College to wear their student ID when on Campus.
Students using their College library need their ID cards for borrowing, logging in to PCs, buying printing credit and have passwords reset, to name just a few reasons.
In Moreton Morrell College library today we decided to have a bit of fun but with a serious message, and carry out a head count of those students coming in to the library wearing their ID visible around their neck… until we reached the 200th person, who we then ‘grabbed’ as our prize winner.
Well done Kelly for wearing your ID!
Posted by Steph
A new display highlighting some of the resources available to help Level3 Diploma in Countryside Management students with an assignment on Ecosystem Conservation has gone up in the Library at Moreton Morrell this week.
The display gives useful suggestions for books, e-books and other online resources covering both general ecosystem topics and the specific species mentioned in the assignment brief.
Posted by Sally Humphrey
First mounted in 1975, National Tree Week is the UK’s largest tree celebration annually launching the start of the winter tree planting season.
National Tree Week is a great chance for communities to do something positive for their local treescape. Each year, Tree Council Member Organisations including voluntary bodies, local authorities, schools, Tree Wardens and many others, support the initiative by setting up fun, worthwhile and accessible events which inspire upward of a quarter of a million people to get their hands dirty and together plant around million trees.
posted by Heidi