Back better than ever before is the UCB End of Term Party! Once again we take over the wonderful venue of Walkabout for one night only and party hard and in style until the early hours of Friday Morning!
Tickets are £5 and available from the SU Office on Level 3, the UCB Reception or your campus committee members:
You’re probably wondering what you get for a fiver … well here goes!
- 2for1 drink offers all night long
- 20% off all other drinks
- Skippys Pocket (where you can win a bar tab from the Walkabout Kangaroo himself!)
- Baloon Drop (with loads of interesting prizes inside!)
- Brooking Bronco (if the drink doesn’t send you dizzy … this sure will!)
- Live Break Dancer Performance
- Exclusive DJ until the early hours
- Free buffet food served from 9pm
Sounds like a down under deal to me so be sure to be there!
Please ensure you purchase tickets at least ONE week in advance.
Not a student of UCB? Dont Worry! buy a ticket and come join in the fun too!
And to make things all the more better look out for our stall on the Level 3 Landing!
Further Details from UCB Events & Activities Officer Matt Winning by emailing email@example.com
Education Image Gallery provides access to 1000′s of copyright cleared images from selected major image archives covering diverse subject areas including:- arts, crime, disaster, education, health and war. Useful if you want to include a quality, copyright cleared image in presentations or lecture slides.
Each image includes tips on downloading and information on how to reference any image used.
Access is via Summon, follow the ‘A-Z electronic resources’ link from the Summon homepage. Select the letter ‘E’ and then ‘Education Image Gallery’ and click on the access link. Click on the ‘Direct Access’ tab to enter Education Image Gallery.
If you are struggling with creating your Table of Contents, then have a look at this link through to the Microsoft website. It explains how you create your TOC quickly and easily so that it looks really professional.
Members of any Barnsley public library have access to a wide range of online resources, including Byki – a language learning system which uses flash cards to teach sets of words and phrases from over 80 different languages. Other resources include the Driving Theory Test and Citizenship – a British Citizenship self learn course. For more information see the Barnsley Council web pages. You will need your membership card details to access some of the resources.
We now have a subscription to the online version of the Journal of Screenwriting. Access is via the A-Z Journals link on the homepage of Summon. For more information see Jane or Sarah in the library. Below is some publisher information about the journal.
“The Journal of Screenwriting aims to explore the nature of writing for the moving image in the broadest sense, highlighting current academic thinking around scriptwriting whilst also reflecting on this with a truly international perspective and outlook. The journal will encourage the investigation of a broad range of possible methodologies and approaches to studying the scriptwriting form, in particular: the history of the form, contextual analysis, the process of writing for the moving image, the relationship of scriptwriting to the production process and how the form can be considered in terms of culture and society. The journal also aims to encourage research in the field of screenwriting, the linking of scriptwriting practice to academic theory, and to support and promote conferences and networking events on this subject.”
We hope that you are already enjoying the new improved PortalPlus which is now especially designed for UCB students, but if not we have something that might be more tempting for you.
We are proud to announce that the new UCB Discussion Forum goes live today within PortalPlus. The forum has been created to allow UCB students to:
ask for help from fellow students or staff,
help peers by answering forum questions,
make comments and suggestions regarding our services.
To gain access to the forum you will need to log into PortalPlus and then click on the “Support and Advice” tab. You will then see a section called “UCB Discussion Forum”. Click on this to gain access.
Once you are within the forum, you will be able to view messages posted by other members but if you want to post a message yourself you will need to register and then login. This is a very simple process – but if you have any problems please speak to a member of the LCC staff.
If you need a reminder of what is available within PortalPlus, then please see our short presentation which can be found here.
If you have any questions about PortalPlus, or anything else IT related just come and see us in the Library.