Welcome PGCE students 2016-2017!

pgceposter2016A warm welcome from the Library team to all the new PGCE students who have started their studies today! Hopefully, you are now starting to find your way around the College and have found the Library in the Mary Allan Building. Tomorrow, Homerton PGCE students will attend a talk by our Librarian, Liz, who will give a brief introduction to the Library and what services and facilities we provide.

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 using the self-issue machine. 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!

If you based at another College, but are studying Early Years or General Primary PGCE, you are welcome to also register at Homerton College Library and use our children’s literature collection. Please just speak to a member of staff who will be happy to help.

Remember, all of the Library team are here to 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 speak to us. We also do not mind tackling a more challenging topic or query. You can always contact us by phone (01223747260), email (library (@)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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