Supporting our students over the Easter vacation

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We are Still here during the Easter Vacation [29th March-29th April]

Your University libraries will be open throughout the Easter vacation (closing only on Sunday 21st April). Our main change is the libraries will be open slightly shorter hours and will include self-service time.  Please note that during self-service times, access to the building will be by Newcastle University Smartcard only. For more info on opening hours please see the link below:-

https://www.ncl.ac.uk/library/about/opening-hours/#robinson

We are still around and can help with 1-1 consultancies and Endnote support. Take a look at the topics below and see how we can help you during the vacation.

Live chat

If you have an urgent question, you will find 24/7 support via our out-of-hours Live Chat Service http://libhelp.ncl.ac.uk/ provided by a co-operative of academic librarians from around the world

Revision

Please remember to stay hydrated and take regular breaks

For exam and revision advice visit:  https://internal.ncl.ac.uk/ask/exams-revision  which has information to help you at this stressful time.

Library Help FAQs

Believe us, there is no such thing as a stupid question and you’ll probably find that your question has been asked many times before! Why not check the library FAQ to see we have already found the answer  http://libhelp.ncl.ac.uk/

Visit your Subject Guide

Working on an assignment or revising, and unsure where to find the information you need?  Visit your library  for advice and quick links to specialist information resources for your subject. Want to know more?

 

Are you working on a Dissertation or Project?

Make sure you visit our brand new interactive guide:-  https://libguides.ncl.ac.uk/dissertations

This provides you with advice on a wide range of relevant skills, such as finding, managing and evaluating information. It also directs you to the key information resources for your subject area.

It’s easy to navigate, with clear text and short videos throughout. We hope you find it helpful, and if you’ve got any feedback, please let us know.

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Jacqueline

I am interested in Information Literacy! My current research project is looking into better ways communication between library staff in Higher Education and library staff in Schools, so we can support the transitioning student before they come to University. Outside of work I like walking and Guinea Pigs!!!

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