COVID-19 ALERT

You may not be on campus but we are still here to help:

  • Your books have been renewed automatically until 30th September, so there is no need to worry about anything being overdue, or recalled.
  • click and collect service for books is operating. There is a web form to complete that gives details of how to request and collect items
  • Please hold on to any books you currently have on loan, if you need to return them you can either post them to us or drop them into the Visitor Centre next to McColls. Staff will remove them from your account next time they are on campus.
  • Please do speak to us if you need any help or advice, you can email us at libraryhelp@northampton.ac.uk 
  • E-Books and e-journals – and remember, around 80% of our resources are available online as e-books, e-journals or online videos, so check on NELSON to see what we hold electronically.   
  • Please do not stress about your library account or items. If you need any books or articles, please just get in touch. We are a friendly and helpful bunch, and are available online if you need us!! 😊😊😊

Answered By: Library Help
Last Updated: Aug 27, 2020     Views: 23

Bookmarking a webpage means that you have a link directly to a chosen webpage ready to use. It is a really useful habit, as it will help you to collect a list of websites that you use often. You can click these bookmarks to quickly and easily go to your most frequently used web pages.

This external guide provides a quick overview on bookmarking web pages for most web browsers. Experiment with bookmarking pages. You can remove or rename the bookmarks later, so don't worry about making a mistake. As you use different webpages frequently you will begin to get a better idea of which ones are the most important. You can rearrange your bookmarks, you can even create folders to store your bookmarks in categories, do this however it makes sense for you!

Below are a few websites that we'd recommend you bookmark so you can get to them easily.