Feeds from the UCB blog are now easily accessible from the ‘Home’ tab in PortalPlus.
Staff and students can purchase a copy of ‘Changing Barnsley’ for the special price of £10. Available from UCB reception or the Library.
Edited by former Head of Campus, Cathy Doggett and Pro-Vice Chancellor Tim Thornton. Changing Barnsley: from mining town to university town looks at how Barnsley has evolved through the eyes of the former Mining and Technical College on Church Street (now the University Campus). The book tells the history of the building which has been at the centre of education in Barnsley since its construction in 1932, the people that have used it and the skills they have gained.
…if you’ve forgotten to bring a pen or something to write on.
The library sells pens, pencils, notepads and other stationary type paraphernalia. All at very reasonable prices too.
the Library is open this Saturday 26 February 10:00-15:00.
Attend the drop-in session in 4/12 on Wednesday 23 February @ 14:00-15:00 and struggle no more.
Julie will be on hand to offer her expert advice.
Mintel is an invaluable resource that provides access to UK marketing reports. It covers a wide range of sectors from Leisure (including music and broadcasting), Retail, Finance and Industry (including construction and sustainable building).
Data includes market size, trends and consumer habits.
If so you may have noticed some changes recently. We decided that PortalPlus needed to be more relevant to Barnsley if you study at UCB. So we asked a few of you some questions and came up with the new UCB Portal – specially for you guys!
Take a look at the new PortalPlus here.
What do you mean you’ve never used PortalPlus? Why ever not?? It makes life so much simpler – once you start to use it you’ll wonder why you didn’t start earlier. If you look at the University student home page you will see the logon box. Once you have logged into PortalPlus, you can access all of the University systems, contacts and news without having to log in individually again. It’s much easier!
So come on! Get using the new PortalPlus now! You won’t regret it – honest!
If you have any questions about PortalPlus, or anything else IT related just come and see Julie in the Library.