Welcome to the Library: PGCE students

A warm welcome from the Library team to all new PGCE students who have recently started their studies at Homerton. Hopefully, you are now starting to settling into the course and finding your way around the College and the Library.

Reading area

Reading area

Last week, most Homerton PGCE students attended a talk by our Librarian, Liz, who gave a brief introduction to the Library and what services and facilities we provide. Since then, the Library has been very busy as many PGCE students have explored the Library. Though the Library is accessible 24/7 using your University card, you will need to register your card to borrow any resources from the Library. The beginning of term is a good time to register before deadlines begin to get closer and time gets more precious. Why not pop in to the Library during staffed hours (9am -5pm, Monday-Friday) and register your card? It really does only take two minutes!

Homerton Library is a fantastic facility and resource for you to use and any member of the Library team is here to help and support your use of the Library throughout your studies. If you have searched our catalogue (Heritage) and are unsure of where to find a book or haven’t quite worked out the self-issue machine yet, please just ask and we will be happy to help. We also do not mind tackling a more challenging topic or query. You can always contact us by phone, email (library at homerton.cam.ac.uk) or Twitter too if you are not in College.

We look forward to meeting you all in the Library!

For a useful brief introduction to the Library, have a quick read of our new user guide


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