Posted by LibeRaCe on September 6, 2010
This months title is the Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey.
Click here to learn more about the author
Click here to see reviews of the book
Take a look at the links below to find out more about the historical setting of the novel!
The Richard the Third Society – to restore the reputation of Richard III! Also has good information on the War of the Roses and Britain in the 15th Century.
BBC British History Timelines – explore the history of Britain and the political setting of the book with the BBC.
War of the Roses.com – excellent overview of the period including the battles and personalities involved.
Channel 4 History – the ‘real’ story of Perkin Warbeck. Also has links to the Channel 4 programme ‘Britians Real Monarch’.
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Posted by LibeRaCe on September 3, 2010
This short video from Teachers TV aims to help you balance your demands and teaching needs to develop an inspirational pedagogy.
click here to start video
This video is part of a series called Boost Your Teaching, which also has additional resources available.
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Posted by LibeRaCe on September 2, 2010
We now have access to the Cambridge Journals Digital Archive Online through ATHENs in the library. To log in, click on the link above and type in your ATHENs password.
If you do not have an ATHENs password, please contact the library.
Access to this collection has been provided by JISC Collections and you can click here for a full list of the all journals.
The main topics include:
- Arts and Humanities
- Social Sciences
- archive only resources
- online journals
- research materials
- reference works
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