Find out about the unique and distinctive collections coming to the restored Mackintosh Library in late 2019
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The Library will be open at the following times during the GSA student winter break:
Friday 15th December 8am – 10pm
Saturday 16th December CLOSED
Sunday 17th December CLOSED
18th December 9am-5pm
19th December 9am-5pm
20th December 9am-12pm
21st December 9am-5pm
22nd December 9am-3pm
23rd December to 3rd January CLOSED
4th January 9am-5pm
5th January 9am- 5pm
Saturday 6th January CLOSED
Sunday 7th January CLOSED
8th January 8am-10pm
Interested in learning Adobe’s creative software? Join Technical Support in the Library iMac Lab on the 2nd floor of the library on Thursday lunch times, 1pm – 2pm.
Thursday 30th November: Photoshop Level 1
Layers, effects, colour correction and levels.
Thursday 7th December: Premiere Level 1
Create, edit and export a short video.
Thursday 14th December: InDesign Level 1
Create a multi-page document for print.
Email Kim McNeil for more info email@example.com
Help shape the future of learning resources services at the GSA by filling in our annual survey (and you might win £100)
The annual Learning Resources Student Survey strongly influences what we keep doing and what we change. If you like something about the service, please tell us. If you don’t like something, or have ideas for how something could be done better, definitely let us know. Last year in the survey you told us how unsatisfied you were with Blackboard, the old VLE, and that was powerful stimulus for GSA investing resources in launching Canvas.
Everyone who helps us by submitting a response goes into the draw for £100 vouchers for either books or art supplies. The survey is open now until 18th December.
Due to a technical issue Library email notifications have not been sent the issue has now been rectified.
Please disregard any notifications sent before 15.30 on Wednesday the 27th of September.
Any fines that have been paid before this date can be refunded at the front desk.
Artist and GSA Tutor David Bellingham has curated a display of books, publications and concrete poems by Robert Lax on Level 1 of the Library. Lax is now regarded as a seminal figure in 20th century modernist poetry, and was hailed by Jack Kerouac as “one of the great original voices of our times … a Pilgrim in search of beautiful innocence”.