On Thursday the 17th of July, from 9AM the BoB service, will be down for around two hours, and it is possible that the service will be subject to disruption throughout the day. Sorry for any inconvenience this might cause.
At CSM Library we have a few issues with adding money to the uniflow print system that they use. If you already have money on your account you should be able to print/copy, if you don’t you may not be … Continue reading
The Learning Zone at King’s Cross is the first UAL resource to switch over to the new pcounter print system. This will mean that from today (July 8th) until the end of this week (July 11th) there is likely to … Continue reading
The Oxford English Dictionary word of the day for 08 July is ‘discalceate’, v. [‘ intr. To remove one's shoes, go barefoot, esp. as a token of reverence or humility.’] Etymology: < post-classical Latin discalceat-, discalciat-, past participial stem (see -ate suffix3) of discalceare, discalciare … Continue reading
Due to staff sickness, the Library and Learning Zone at LCC will be closed all day on Saturday 5th July. Apologies for any inconvenience this might cause.
Following last’s week’s disruption, Dawson need to complete Phase 1 of the restoration process, which will entail dawsonera being unavailable tonight from 21:00 – 21:30. This work will enable Dawson to resolve and restore ePubs to the dawsonera platform. … Continue reading
The London College of Fashion Archives are pleased to announce the donation of the personal archive of Percy Savage to the collection. Percy Savage was a key figure in the development of fashion public relations in the 1950s onwards, working … Continue reading
Oxford Art Online are running an online demonstration/training session on Friday 30 May at 12:00 UK time. The session is open to all library users and is free of charge. The session will take about 40 minutes and will look at different search … Continue reading
Throughout May the learning zone at king’s cross is offering additional software support drop-ins on the days noted in the schedule below. Students can ask us a couple of questions about issues or problems they are having with the software … Continue reading
Two recent initiatives on how clothes can tell stories. The first is from Australia where the National Gallery of Victoria have commission crime writers to respond to garments from their collections in a project called ‘Threads of History‘. The second … Continue reading