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The CDs and DVDs in Clifford Whitworth Library have moved!

16 May 2017
Andy Callen

Andy tells you about the new location for audio-visual resources in the Library.


Our CDs and DVDs are now in a much better and more obvious location – on Level 2 of Clifford Whitworth Library, just in front of the link bridge to the Level 2 Extension. This means that they are now very close to the Arts and Media bookstock in the Extension. Please remember though that they are not just for Arts & Media use – there are non-fiction DVDs relevant to many subject areas in the collection. Also you may wish to borrow feature films or music CDs for your own entertainment – most items here are available to borrow.

Library Development Project – 2nd floor extension containing Arts & Media stock now open!

1 December 2016


The Library is pleased to announce that the 2nd Floor Extension in Clifford Whitworth Library is now open following refurbishment. This is the area that contains most of the Arts & Media book stock, as well as the rolling shelves housing the paper journals, and seating areas with large desks suitable for spreading out your reading materials.

I’d also like to draw your attention to the Audio-Visual area (DVDs and CDS) – these items are to be found towards the back of the Ground Floor of the Library, along with the Music scores and the Quick Reference section.

PLEASE NOTE: because of a technical problem with the rolling shelves, we are unable to move the former Adelphi journals there (Design, Fashion, Music, Performance etc) for the time being. These journals will be moved to the Ground Floor during the course of this week (28th November onwards) so it will soon be possible to browse them on the shelves here, until the technical issues are resolved.

Study Spaces: During this transition period, before the first floor re-opens at the beginning of January, additional study space has been set up in surrounding buildings (e.g. Chapman), and building opening times extended,  to support students.  Please visit the Library Development Project webpage for further information