IT & Library Resources
Metanoia Library offers a range of services and resources for all current members of the Institute. Up to date information regarding opening hours and library news can be found on the Library Catalogue and Online Resources page via the Learning Resources link on the Metanoia homepage at http://www.metanoia.ac.uk/, and on the learning resources section on Moodle https://moodle.metanoia.ac.uk.
The library has a dedicated staff team who can be contacted via email@example.com or by calling 020 8832 3084.It is open 7 days a week and boasts a large virtual and even bigger online library. Metanoia Library membership is automatically available to all current members of Metanoia.
If you are a student with particular support needs or medical conditions, the Library staff aim to ensure that you can make full use of the Library facilities. In order to take full advantage of all the Library’s resources and services, it is important to make yourself known to the Library staff as soon as possible after starting your course. Extra support includes:
* prioritised reading lists
* list of free online study skill resources
* extended library book loan
* access to talking books (Limited)
* dyslexia study skills groups
Links to study skills websites are available on the learning resources section of Moodle, to help you with studying, academic writing, avoiding plagiarism and referencing. A guide for Harvard referencing is available through the learning resources section on Moodle.
Student Resource Room
Computer access and study space is available in the student resource room on the third floor of the North Common Road campus. If you wish to use the study room at NCR for private study please book via your academic co-ordinator.
Free internet access is available on the computers in the Student Resource room and on all PCs in training rooms. We also have a Wi-Fi facility at both campuses. Due to new HEFCE regulations to access free Wi-Fi on campus you will need to register via the purple Wi-Fi splash screen with a password memorable to yourself.