If you need a book and it is not available electronically, you can now request it in iFind, the Library catalogue, and collect it from Bay, Singleton Park or Saint David’s Park Libraries. Simply place the request and once Library staff have picked it from the shelves, you will receive an email notice telling you it is available and when and how to collect it.

Please note, libraries are only open for collection of items at specified times. Full details and current opening hours are available at https://swansea.ac.uk/library/covid19

Friday July 31st, 2020

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Red Canvas logo over hands typing on a keyboardAs you know Blackboard is being switched off on the 31/07/20 and Canvas will become our new digital learning platform.

Academic content previously hosted on Blackboard is being stored in our university “Module Archive” which is now live and is directly accessible from the Canvas platform navigation menu. (more…)

Thursday July 30th, 2020

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Natalie Jarvis, 27, escaped domestic abuse and has now overcome breast cancer. This week she graduates from Swansea University. In her own words, this is Natalie’s story.

Like every journey, there is always a beginning.

My upbringing was traumatic. I lost my father at the age of eight and my mother had her own demons that she was battling on a regular basis.

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The council are beginning to welcome people back to places across Swansea, like the city centre and beaches at Langland and Caswell, as restrictions to control the Covid-19 coronavirus are cautiously lifted in Wales.

Living with Covid-19 means business as usual is not an option. Therefore, Swansea’s new normal will inevitably mean some changes to which our residents and visitors must adapt.

Click here to find out more about shopping, libraries, parks and open spaces.

 

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In the 1920s, in February or March, an inter-collegiate event took place between the university colleges in Wales, where students teams competed in football, rugby and hockey.

This was quite similar to modern day Varsity, but alongside Swansea and Cardiff it also included Bangor and Aberystwyth.

Can you see their mascots?

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