3 edition of Library access and sixth form study found in the catalog.
Library access and sixth form study
Microfiche. Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire : British Library Lending Division, 1983. 1 microfiche : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||David Hopkins, Susan Groundwater-Smith, Jean Rudduck.|
|Series||British Library R&D report ;, 5777, British Library research & development reports ;, report no. 5777.|
|Contributions||Groundwater-Smith, Susan., Rudduck, Jean.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2505, no. 5777 (Z)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||84185188|
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The library also offers a student purchase scheme for some journals. As well as stocking curriculum relevant DVDs, the Sixth Form library also sells paper pads, revision cards and pens. There is a designated area within the library with 5 terminals linked to the curriculum network and a. The Sixth Form Library.
The Library in the sixth form block and is accessed through its main doors next to the Forum it is also connected to the Main Library via the Silent Study area.
The silent study area consists of 44 study cubicles where students can work independently in silence. A range of resources and interactive games for information literacy developed by Newcastle University Library for 6th Formers. Find information on how libraries work, how to identify good sources, how to use and evaluate sources as well as knowing how to cite and reference your work.
You'll need this card to access library buildings, borrow items, and access services such as Document Supply or Special Collections. You can borrow up to 50 items. If you forget your card you can get a temporary pass from the self-service machine in any library reception area.
You may access the library, but cannot borrow items. Housed in the Foundation building, the Sixth Form library, also known as the Learning Resource Centre, is a Sixth Form only library. The room is extremely important historically to the school and to the town.
The library provides resources to support teaching and. There is an area for silent study, a room for group working, and a reading room with newspapers, periodicals and graphic novels. Open access computer terminals are available for use within the library and in roomMidsite.
A booking facility allows students to pre-book these machines via Moodle or from the booking kiosk in the library. Widening Participation Library and Information Services for Sixth-Form School and College Students and Staff in the North West.
The University of Manchester Library offers reference facilities at its Main and Joule libraries to North West sixth form and mature students - and their teachers - to help with A-level and Access course work.