University of Sunderland Library Blog Blog

Come and visit your library

The Murray Library and St. Peter’s Library are running a series of Welcome Drop-ins for new and returning students every weekday from Monday 19th September until Friday 7th October between 11am and 3pm. No...

Library

Access to research at public libraries

Did you know that in addition to accessing journals through the University of Sunderland Subscriptions, you can also access journals through public libraries? Many public libraries participate in a scheme called Access to Research....

bicycles

New World Tourism Organization Report

UNWTO Affiliate Members have published a new report on the transformative power of tourism. It is freely available to download. There are lots of UNWTO publications available to you and we’ve listed them all...

new books icon

New Books: Exhibition Catalogues

Here's a selection of the most recent additions to the collection of fine art exhibition catalogues. Jessica Warboys (2016) Hill of Dreams at Tate St Ives Published on the occasion of the exhibition of...

FT special report – The Work Revolution

New special report, published on Jun 30, 2016 from FT.com featuring articles on the changing face of the modern workplace, agile working and the flexible workforce.

What’s on this weekend?

Alice in Wonderland at Laing Art Gallery A British Library exhibition with additional loans from the Victoria & Albert Museum especially for the Laing, Alice in Wonderlanddelves into the world of Lewis Carroll’s classic...

Watch BBC iPlayer Shakespeare Lives now

A new dance work created by British dance company Rambert inspired by Macbeth. Choreographer Lucy Guerin evokes the dark psychological world of Shakespeare’s famous villain.

Image: Air travel

New global travel briefing from Euromonitor

What factors are influencing tourism demand in 2016? The latest Key Insights report from Euromonitor Passport provides the latest market research (including statistics and analysis on topics such as Brexit, travel sales, and mobile...