The following is a list of books received during June 2022 ordered by classmark. More complete details, and listings from previous months, are available on our website’s New Books page as downloadable Excel spreadsheets.
While it has been known for a while now that social media is linked in many cases to worsening emotional wellbeing, a new study suggests that taking a break from social media for just one week could be enough to significantly improve your mood and your mental health.
After months of careful planning, two young men apparently decided that dog beds were better designed than beds for people, and that no-one would object to a dog beds large enough for fully grown men to be introduced into the average shared office. That, at least, appears to the premise behind the “Plfufl”. This blogger weeps for humanity.
Check it out the new blog celebrating the amazing achievements of Black women around the world as they continue to break down barriers and lead in business, sports, entertainment, and in the community. From Rhianna achieving billionaire status to Kamala Harris becoming America’s first-ever Black (and Asian-American) woman Vice-President, there are some deeply impressive achievements on the list.
Good news, everybody! We now have many more information resources of interest to surprisingly wide audiences, from everything tangentially related to computing to resources that help diversify the curriculum and more archives on British history from Victoriana to the modern day. Whether you are into History, Design, or Electronic Engineering, we have something new here for you.
Second in this week’s tour of things we just found out and can scarcely believe, according to Lori Dorn of the Laughing Squid blog, this cut scene from a 1976 Sesame Street episode was deemed too scary for children. For …
I’ve posted at least one ‘worthy’ blog post this week, so apart from reminding anyone who hasn’t yet visited Annabel Tremlett’s fantastic photography display exploring the true lived experiences and family lives of Roma, Gypsies and Travellers currently on show …
Library eresources are temporarily unavailable off campus for all users, even those using the VPN. It is possible to access these resources in the Library building, which is open until midnight tonight and from 10 am – 4 pm on Saturday. Unfortunately, we cannot contact the team who can resolve this problem until Monday. We are very sorry for this horribly timed technical fault.