All students have access to a computer suite situated in Lenton Grove, offering PCs and a laser printer. This facility is accessible 24 hours a day.
The University also provides students with access to general IT facilities as well as those with specialised equipment such as text and image scanners, colour printing and high powered Unix workstations. Such areas are located around the University in the libraries, and in a number of 'Smart Bars' offering face to face IT support to help students resolve queries on the spot.
Digital Transformations Hub
The Digital Transformations Hub (DTH) offers students the chance to enhance coursework, projects and research using the latest graphics equipment and software.
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The University of Nottingham Manuscripts & Special Collections have won recognition for their national and international importance.
Nottingham is an ideal centre for research, with excellent research facilities of its own, and an ideal central position which enables you to access additional library resources in Oxford, London and Cambridge.
Nottingham has an extensive programme of research training and skills development. Visit the Social Sciences and Arts Graduate Centre for more details.
The history of Lenton Grove
The house is a plain stucco villa, built probably in the 1790s by Francis Evans, a Nottingham attorney. Homes such as these were for wealthy local business people, built on country house principles with a limited surrounding acreage.
More recently, Lenton Grove has been altered, with irregular classic, neo classic and Victorian additions. In the 1950s, alterations were made for the then occupants, the School of Music. These included an extension to the original stable block by the addition of a simple two-storey brick construction, which housed a music auditorium.
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