Practice skills learned in the classroom, or learn new ones using our many self-study courses, with the support of our well-qualified and professional Learning Resource Centre team.
(During Term Time)
|Parkshot Site (Richmond)|
|Monday||08:30 - 20:00|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 20:00|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 20:00|
|Thursday||08:30 - 20:00|
|Friday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Saturday||08:30 - 13:00|
Notices will be displayed in the Learning Resource Centres advising of any changes to opening times.
During half term breaks and other holiday times, the Learning Resource Centres will be open from 9 to 5 on Monday to Friday and closed on Saturdays.
Staff are available to support students during their course in the Learning Resource Centres from Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
Please note you are required to book training/test times in advance through a member of staff at the Learning Resource Centres.
Free membership to all current College students and staff. Just bring your College/course receipt into the library and complete a library membership form.
• Students and staff can borrow up to 3 items at a time
• All items can be borrowed for up to 2 weeks
• Items may be renewed up to 3 times unless reserved by another user
• You may reserve an item that is on loan to another user
• Overdue items will incur a charge of 10p per item, per day
Members have access to all the materials in the libraries and to
the extensive resources available via the internet. The library stock supports the courses run by the College and covers all the major subject areas.
Course Specific Materials:
Subject based materials include:
• Books and tape/CD sets
• Daily newspapers (Clifden site)
Non-Course Specific Materials:
The library also stocks materials that may be of interest to all students:
• Paperback fiction
• Music CDs
• Local newspapers
• Books on study skills, essay writing and passing exams
• Books and other resources on employment skills
• Intial assessment software
Moodle is the College’s online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) designed to support you with your study. It can be accessed on the internet from anywhere on the College campus computer network, from your home or workplace.
If your course is supported by Moodle, it will provide you with essential resources for your course such as handouts, timetables, activities and useful links. Your tutor will let you know if your course is supported by Moodle.
You can also use Moodle to find information on:
• The Information, Advice and Guidance service
• The LRC opening hours and facilities
• Learner handbooks and IT Induction
• Study skills and subject specific resources
Below are some short Youtube Videos to help you use Moodle for the first time: