25. January 2021
Tutorials this week
Year 1 groups
1:1s with your personal tutor (Check your My Varndean home page)
Year 2 groups
Replying to UCAS Undergraduate offers/ Entrepreneurship
Societies & Talks This week...
SPORT at Varndean
One week of REDJanuary left to go....You can find the challenges on the Varndean Sport Twitter (@varndeansport) and Instagram (@varndean_sport) each day.
Careers appointments can be booked via My Varndean homepage or can be requested by email
Any enquiries email: email@example.com
Meet the Russell Group universities - Wednesday 10th February 12-7pm
NEW EBOOKS THIS WEEK
ONLINE RESOURCE OF THE WEEK
National Theatre Collection - The National Theatre Collection is part of the Drama Online database, presenting high quality recordings of 30 world-class National Theatre productions such as Othello; A Streetcar Named Desire; King Lear; One Man, Two Governors and many more. This resource is usually only available in college, but because of the current lockdown we have temporary access from home too.
Find it on our Library Moodle page in the eResources section, along with login details.
New eBooks! We've been given access to some key textbooks online until the end of March for the following subjects: Psychology (A Level and BTEC Applied), Criminology, Physics, Film Studies and Media Studies. Find links and login details to all these ebooks in the 'Lockdown eResources' section of the Library Moodle page.
NEW ON CLICKVIEW THIS WEEK
Seven Ages of Starlight
The story of the stars, from red giants and supernovae to black holes, and how discovering their tale has transformed our own understanding of the universe.
Inside the Factory
How our favorite foods and products are made? Cherry Healey and Gregg Wallace go into the factories to figure out, while Ruth Goodman tell us about the historical development of the manufacturing process of these products.
A wife questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm to see her husband receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The Last Igloo
Documentary that follows a lone Inuit as he hunts, fishes and constructs an igloo. It tells the story of skills that are disappearing and of how climate change is affecting the lives of Greenland's indigenous people.
1-1 RESEARCH SESSIONS
If you would like some help with research for a project, why not book a one to one session with one of our subject librarians? We can still do these during lockdown either over the phone or online, and can help you choose the best resources for your research. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange one.
The Library Moodle page is your one-stop portal to all our amazing resources, including ebooks, magazines, TV programmes, films, research databases, helpful resource lists and more - all accessible on all devices.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do all we can to help. Contact us by email on email@example.com. If you have any items out on loan that are due back soon, please don't worry about them at present - we don't expect you to return your books until it is safe to do so and we will be renewing all student loans to cover the entire college closure period.