Homerton College Library
Mary Allan Building, Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PH.
We are open 24 hours/7 days a week with the appropriate access card. Self-issue service always available.
Staffed hours: weekdays 9.00am-5.00pm and weekends (full term only) 1.00pm-5.00pm
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Category Archives: Courses
A 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 … Continue reading
The University Computing Service offers a wide variety of training courses. This year’s timetable of courses listed on the UCS website. Places must be booked, however most courses are free to students and staff of the University. Some of the … Continue reading
University Computing Service training courses up until the end of January 2012 are now listed. Places must be booked. Most courses are free to students and staff of the University. New courses include Web Authoring: Dreamweaver Further Use, Office 2007/2010: Moving … Continue reading
The timetable for this term’s Research Skills Programme is now live at http://training.cam.ac.uk/cul/event-timetable. Please note that these training sessions are bookable in the same way as the Computing Service courses, using the same interface. This gives participants control of managing their own bookings … Continue reading
This term’s Computing Service course programme is now available. Courses run from Tuesday 27 September until Wednesday 30 November. The courses are free and open to students and staff of the University. Note that places must be booked for all … Continue reading
Computing Service training course programme May-July 2011 Computing Service News Round-up: May 2011
The University Computing Service (UCS) has released its April-June course programme. The courses are free but you must book a place. Some are already full.
Brush up your research skills, or even learn new skills, with these free research skills courses from the University Library: Newspaper research (1 course this term) Get cited: publishing your thesis with DSpace@Cambridge (1 course this term) How to do a literature … Continue reading
Computing courses for Lent Term are now listed on the University Computing Service Training pages. Hundreds of courses are running from today until end of March. The courses are free to students and staff of the University; they cover all levels of … Continue reading
Dr Emma Coonan, Research Skills & Development Librarian at the University Library (UL), has announced the launch of this term’s Research Skills Programme. This term there are lots of subject resource sessions on offer including a range of sessions for: History … Continue reading
The University Computing Service have released their Training Programme for 2010-2011. The courses are free of charge for students and staff of the University. You must book a place on any course you wish to attend. Book online using your Raven account at the … Continue reading
A message from Dr Emma Coonan, Research Skills & Development Librarian: We have now scheduled a session on DSpace@Cambridge, the University’s repository for scholarly digital material. This session is aimed primarily at postgraduate students interested in publishing their research with … Continue reading
The University Computing Service News Round-up: April 2010 is now available.
Visit the Computing Service training site for details of all the courses they are offering this Easter Term and into the Long Vacation (19 April – 22 July) . Places must be booked in advance on their website using your Raven login. … Continue reading
The UL has released this term’s research skills courses—free courses on how to make best use of the many resources it offers. Note that some of the courses must be booked (via the website above), notably the 45-minute library tour and How … Continue reading
The University Computing Service has released a timetable of instructor-led courses for Lent Term 2010. The courses are FREE for all University students and staff and cover a very wide range of computer applications. You are required to book a place, … Continue reading
The University Library’s Research Skills Programme for this Michaelmas Term is now available at http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/Courses/. These courses are free of charge and open to all students and staff. The courses are mostly short one hour sessions. Apart from one or two exceptions, you … Continue reading
Intute, a free online service which collects together academically approved web resources, has updated 23 of its internet tutorials and introduced eight new ones. The tutorials are designed for university students and they are freely available in Intute’s Virtual Training Suite. Their purpose is to teach … Continue reading
The University Computing Service has released its training programme for this term. Courses are free for students and staff of the University but note that booking is required. Visit the site to browse and book courses which cover a wide range … Continue reading
The University Library’s Research Skills timetable for Easter Term 2009 is now available at http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/Courses/Descriptions.html. Booking is necessary for some courses. On offer this term: Referencing for your dissertation or thesis (hands-on session) Drop-in help and training every Thursday from … Continue reading