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You Said, We Did 2022

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Thank you to all students who completed the Library Services Survey, and congratulations to Sebastian Taylor and Yuqi Wang who each won the £50 vouchers. All your responses and comments are appreciated, and help us to improve our service. Please visit our You Said, We Did padlet to read our answers to some of your questions, and the actions we are taking in response. 

Tech Tip: Immersive Reader

Immersive Reader is now available within Canvas, making it easy to concentrate on what you’re reading, listen to Canvas pages read aloud, and translate your Canvas pages into other languages!

Watch the video below to find out how to access Immersive Reader in Canvas and use all of the features to help you access your learning materials.

If you’d like to find out more about Immersive Reader or have a question related to any of our digital tools, please contact LTHelp@gsa.ac.uk

Zine workshop

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This zine workshop is part of an ongoing research project to look at what we can do to disrupt the structures of power in the library, including promoting underrepresented and marginalised voices, confronting whiteness, understanding microaggressions, and identifying barriers to engagement with the library.

The workshop aims to encourage students to think critically about the collections, the spaces and services and is intended to start a discussion that helps us begin to unravel institutional bias.

The workshop runs from 4.30pm-6.30pm on Tuesday 26th November in the Library’s quiet study space. Spaces are limited, so please email b.winterburke@gsa.ac.uk for more info or to book a space.

We Think You’ll Find This Moving

We’ve digitised our collection of movable and pop-up books. Movable books include various formats such as concertina, lift-the-flap, pull-tabs and revolving pictures. Our collection is varied and includes pop-ups of children’s fairy tales, human anatomy, three dimensional Norman Rockwell paintings, and the expanding little town of Popville. You can view images of the collection here

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