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Teaching and Learning Librarians

We support the student journey by teaching information skills to taught course and research students through lectures, workshops and online. We work with academics from all faculties across the University to ensure our students develop the necessary skills to benefit their studies at the points they most need it. We interact with over 14,000 students face to face or online each year.

Our team leads on widening participation, social responsibility and community building initiatives in Libraries. We offer library visits for local schools enabling young people to use our collections and experience a bustling and vibrant University library. We have also developed a Leisure Reading Collection in Greenfield Medical Library, which includes fiction, health humanities and wellness titles to supplement academic reading.

If you are an academic

We offer a Suite of Information Skills sessions for taught course students. The Suite will develop student learning throughout their time at University.
You can request sessions from us through our online booking system.

Annual updates to our Suite and booking guidelines for the forthcoming academic year are circulated to all Schools in May.

Please Contact us for further information. 

 If you are an undergraduate

We deliver information skills teaching to support your degree. Ask your academic staff which sessions they have requested from us.
You can also access our online resources to further support your learning:

 

 

 Who is in the Teaching and Learning team

Senior Librarian

Ruth Curtis

Librarian

Lucy Bray

Librarian 

Jane Freeman

Librarian

Chris Martindale

Librarian 

Catherine Shipley

Librarian 

Kate Snaith

 

University of Nottingham Libraries

King's Meadow Campus
Lenton Lane
Nottingham, NG7 2NR

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