Academic Librarians support your studies through:
If you have any comments or suggestions about these pages please use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are on a Distance Learning course you should also look at the Offsite services.
We keep some printed dissertations and theses in the Library - but not for all subject areas. Dissertations are held within the normal book stock and theses in the High Demand Area at each campus.
You may also find it helpful to look at a similar subject, for example Childhood & Early Years and Playwork dissertations. You can find these on Discover:
Our School Practice Collection, located on the first floor of the Headingley Library, is intended to help you prepare for teaching practice, and to demonstrate the range of resources available generally and within schools. This online list of School Practice Resources illustrates the range. The focus of the collection is 0 to 11, as the majority of secondary education material is shelved in the main collection.
Resources found in the collection have elements that could be given to a child. There is some overlap: you will find some resources aimed at the teacher, however associated materials will be child focussed. So for example, while story sacks could contain puppets or story books for the child, they are designed mostly for the adult to use when supervising the child – story sacks are kept in School Practice. “Child focussed” distinguishes School Practice resources from the other parent, practitioner and academic resources you can find in the main collection.
Resources are available to support the primary National Curriculum subjects and government strategies in literacy and numeracy.
You can find School Practice resources by using Discover.
|000 - 099||Useful Information|
|100 - 199||The Mind|
|200 - 299||Religion|
|300 - 399||Words and Language|
|500 - 599||Science and Nature|
|600 - 699||How Things Work|
|700 - 799||Arts and Sport|
|800 - 899||Poetry and Plays|
|900 - 999||History and Geography|