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Cite Them Right

Please check the website below to learn how to reference correctly your work and how to avoid plagiarism. The website offers you some tutorials to explain referencing subject in more details. It is incredibly helpful website to students as assignments are a big part of your college education. The website below explains how to reference books, journals, magazines, websites and online resources. 

You can access the website by login (picture below) with your student ID and college password. 

Cite them right login page Cite Them Right Tutorial


The Big Jubilee Read

To mark Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee, The Reading Agency have compiled a list of seventy novels, short story anthologies and poetry collections published in the Commonwealth since 1952.

An expert panel of librarians, booksellers and literature specialists has chosen seventy titles from a “readers’ choice” longlist with ten books for each decade of Her Majesty The Queen’s reign.

The list offers brilliant, beautiful and thrilling writing produced by authors from a wide range of Commonwealth countries over the last seventy years to engage all readers in the discovery and celebration of great books.

Spanning 31 countries and six continents, this truly international collection is a fitting tribute to the most widely travelled monarch in history.

The Big Jubilee Read will connect a broad range of readers across the UK with great Commonwealth reads, and will be supported by events and activities in libraries and bookshops, as well as resources to unite reading groups across the country.

May 2021


Let's get walking! There are so many benefits of walking for our mental health and our bodies. It can increase our cardiovascular and pulmonary system (heart and lungs), increased muscles strenght, reduce body fat, help us to lose weight and many more other benefits. We can implement walking so easily into out daily routine. Take a stairs instead lift, walk to the shop instead driving, walking during lunch break, meet up with friends in the park... The list of ideas is endless and it only takes 30 minutes of brisk walk a day to make a huge difference on our health and state of mind. Being outside gives us more energy and make us happy, especially on a sunny day. 

Please check the website below and a few ideas of our resources about walking and some ideas of places to go for a walk. 

There is also the NHS website Walking for Heath which tells you more about benefits of walking


National Walking Month 2022


Walking & Orienteering

Fitness Walking

Wild Trail

Peak District Walks

The Peak District


National Gardening week is run by Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to raise awareness of gardening and horticulture, and to encourage people to get active outdoors with friends and family. Nature can have a huge impact on our mental health and wellbeing, especially during these difficult  times. 

“Plants and gardens have the power to uplift us and that's why we urged everyone to get involved in National Gardening Week this year, in whatever way they could. It's more important than ever that we savour the beauty of flowers and trees because gardens are a natural tonic.” Alan Titchmarsh

Please check the website below and a few examples of our library resources.


National Gardening Week 2022

Grow it Eat it

Essential Gardening


How to get kids offline

Learn to Garden

The Cake Shop in the Garden



" May the Fourth be with You" 

It all started with the book 'Dune' by Frank Herbert. It was first published in 1965 a become a base inspiration for Star Wars. The first movie was produced by George Lucas in 1977 and it was a great success. The number of fans has been growing ever since. Even today, over 40 years later Star Wars remains one of the most successful movies of all the time.  The 4th of May brings people together from all over the world, no matter what background they are from to celebrate and enjoy the day. The events are organised in different parts of the world. There are costume contests, museum exhibits and tours of space centre. This year might be different for many fans due to the Covid restrictions but there is no reason to have lots of fun at home or join a virtual events with other fans. 

Please check the website below and a few examples of our Star Wars library resources.                                     




Mental health awareness week is acknowledgment that our well-being is as much important as our physical health. Many unresolved mental health issues can lead to physical problems. This awareness is here to help you recognise your mental needs, to recognise what makes you happy and to help you find the way to achieve life stability and balance within yourself.

The subject of this year is loneliness and its impact on mental health. Please click on the picture below to access the website and find out more information about it.

We also recommend some of our library recourses. Please come and speak with us and we will help you find some more. 

"To be kind is more important than to be right. Many times, what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks but a special heart that listens."  F. Scott Fitzgerald


Mental health awareness week

stress of modern man

An Introduction to Mental Health

Supporting Mental Health in Primary and Early Years

This book could help

Mental Wealth: An Essential Guide to Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing

Peer Support in Mental Health



Garden Wildlife week is an opportunity for lots of fun and learning for the whole family. We can spend time together outside creating our own bird feeders, planting seeds for flowers and vegetables, learning how to attract birds, hedgehogs, squirrels and butterflies into our garden and many more interesting skills and facts. Please check the websites below and our library resources to learn more about garden wildlife. 

BBC Wildlife Gardening website

National Trust website

You can also read more about wildlife in your garden on RSPB website and request your free RSPB guide

Check this one out! It is the website with free fabulous garden stuff





The Learning Resource Centres (LRCs) across Vision West Nottinghamshire College offer comprehensive library services and IT facilities. The guides on this page aim to answer your questions about how to use the LRCs and the resources available to you.  We have a range of subject guides for your area of study.  These have links to lots of online resources so please take a look.

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