Monthly Archives: October 2015

School is never out with MOOCs

If you love lifelong learning you will love MOOCs What are MOOCs? MOOCs stand for Massive Open Online Courses. These are free online courses from universities around the world (eg. Monash Uni, Uni of Melbourne, Stanford, Harvard, MIT) offered to anyone with … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading October 2015

A rather large list this month! Enjoy! When Hitler stole pink rabbit by Judith Kerr (4/5) –  This was recommended by one of my colleagues and I really enjoyed it. An autobiographical tale of Judith Kerr’s escape from Nazi Germany. A … Continue reading

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Alison’s Pick – October 2015

Some recommendations from Alison for October Sylvia True: The Wednesday Group N K Sandars: The Epic of Gilgamesh Paddy O’Reilly : The End of the World: short stories David Brooks: The Road to Character  

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Carolyn’s Books of the Month – October 2015

Best Read: Memory Man by David Baldacci Australian Author: Wild wood by Posie Graeme-Evans Thriller: Precious Thing by Colette Mcbeth Thriller: Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter General Fiction: That Girl from Nowhere by Dorothy Koomson Crime: Five Days Left by … Continue reading

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