Would you like to win a £25 Waitrose voucher? Why not take part in our Explore St Luke’s Library photo competition?
Each of these seven mystery views can be spotted in St Luke’s Campus Library. To win you will need to match each photo number to one of the seven book titles listed below. Each book can be found in the Library near by to one of the views. Send an email to correctly matching the books to the photos (e.g. 1A, 2B etc) and you could win a £25 voucher to spend in Waitrose (conveniently located just across the road from St Luke’s Campus).
List of books to match:
Please email your answers along to . Hint: the Library catalogue should help you find out more about the books but you’ll need to visit the St Luke’s Library to identify the photos.
A. English Place-Names Explained by Charles Whynne-Hammond (2005).
B. Motor learning and performance: from principles to practice by Richard A Schmidt (1991)
C. Children Learning English by Jayne Moon (2000).
D. The Mouse and his Child by Russell Hoban (1969)
E. The Essence of Aikido: Spiritual Teachings of Morihei Ueshiba (1999)
F. Letters and Sounds: Principles and Practice of High Quality Phonics by Department for Education and Skills (Express Collections copy, 2007)
G. Web Wisdom: How to Evaluate and Create Information Quality on the Web by Janet E. Alexander (1999)
Hint: the Library catalogue should help you find out more about the books but you’ll need to visit the St Luke’s Library to identify the photos.
As well as these intriguing views St Luke’s Library offers:
- 180 study spaces
- Computer cluster accessible 24/7
- 24/7 study room
- Bookable group work spaces
- Drop-in group pods
- Silent study room
- Kitchen style breakout space
- Beautiful views across the quad and city
- Wide range of books and journals available to borrow with specialisms in Education and Sports Sciences.
- School Based work collection containing many classics of Children’s Literature.
So why not visit and explore St Luke’s Library soon? The photo competition is running until 30th January 2013 and you can also find the photographs and book list over on our Facebook page – good luck and happy exploring!