Having difficulty finding interesting library research material for your projects? We will be pleased to show you how to overcome the hurdles and show you how to use the catalogue, the databases and electronic resources or you can tailor make the session to suit your own requirements. Second year students might find this especially useful as you begin to think about your Research Reports. The Library team will be providing 15 minute Library skills catch up sessions from the 4th and 5th March and again on the 11th and 12th March. You can book an appointment by using these links.
Charlie Barkus BAFA 2 is exhibiting his work in the NUA Library Special Collection cabinets. The exhibition will run until 28 February.
The Republic of North Wining collection has been gathering interesting and curious objects from the relatively unknown historical nation north of the river Wensum. The Republic existed for 109 years from 1793 - 1902 in what is now known as the City of Norwich. Exhibited here is a small selection of the largest collection of objects about the Republic of North Winding. We aim to increase the public’s knowledge of this curious anomaly and by exhibiting these objects across the city we hope that people will become more aware of the interesting and unique history of this fine city.
Historical accuracy is imperative to this collection, for more information visit the area now known as Norwich-over-the-water and Elm Hill to experience the Republic for yourself.