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Here at Clifford Whitworth HQ, we’ve been thrilled to receive a few special items in the mail recently. No, not Christmas cards, certainly not bills (take that, ‘Blue Monday!’), and definitely not leaflets promising bargain-priced miracle cures. But some outstanding new additions to our Leisure Reading collection, each with a special connection to Salford. Intrigued? […]
Watching videos is one of the most engaging ways to learn.
Using your module reading list means no scrambling about in the (proverbial) dark for essential resources. You can find books, e-books, videos, articles, websites, all specially selected by your tutors so you excel at your course, in a single place. Locating the reading list But first, the basics. Where can you find this nifty list? […]
Does formatting your documents in Word give you a headache? Could your PowerPoint presentations look more professional? Perhaps you wonder if you’re using Excel in the most effective way? If you feel less than positive about your Microsoft 365 skills, then a visit to our Microsoft 365 Courses web page will set you on the right […]
We’ve recently launched an app that can help you save time and effort. Our new app puts key library services at your fingertips and can help you keep on track with your studies. Time saving There are two big time-saving benefits with the library app. We’ve selected the services that you need most and grouped […]
We provide a wide array of high-quality resources to help make your studies a success. We have a web page that lists our new resources, and generally, as a starting point, we recommend you use Library Search – the gateway to the Library’s information resources in both print and electronic form, including books, journals, newspapers, databases […]
Proud To Be As Black History Month UK draws to a close, we’ve selected some great, inspiring resources that represent this year’s theme, Proud to Be. Are you familiar with the late and great Toni Morrison? A writer, editor and professor, her impressive bibliography spans the full range of human emotion and experience, from the […]
Failure Friday! What if failure didn’t have to be defined as a negative? What if we started to see it as a facet of longer-term success? We think of failure as a bad outcome, something to be ashamed of and a barrier to achieving success. This shouldn’t be the case! Festival of Failure – Failure […]
As June draws to a close, we are reflecting on the celebrations of Pride Month. We are exploring how we can unify and research Pride going forward, making use of the resources we have available here in the Library. It’s important that we continue learning about the incredible achievements of the LGBTQ+ community, the inspiring […]