Catch up with this week’s interesting news stories via the Library News Digest 4th-10th December 2015
This week’s News Digest is now available: News Digest 27th November – 3rd December 2015
Extend your subject knowledge, ace your University interviews, impress Dr Gardner during debating, talk knowledgeably to your peers and colleagues! All the key news stories you might have missed this week brought to you from a range of reputable sources by the Wellington College Library Team.
My favourite this week is the Royal Institution’s space themed online Advent Calendar – A Place called Space – it includes animations, infographics and archive footage of early space exploration missions. It’s already proving popular with Physics teachers and I’m looking forward to seeing what the rest of December brings us.
For news junkies you can test your knowledge of the year’s key stories with The Day’s News Mega Quiz
(A number of the links are from our News Bank database and therefore only available to Wellington College pupils and staff)
Weekly News Digest brought to your inbox every Friday by the Library Team
Here is the latest News Digest – covering stories published from Friday 6th – Thursday 12th November.
This is primarily intended for staff and students at Wellington College, (as an educational and current awareness bulletin) so a number of links to stories on our databases will not be available to the general public.
Last week’s most popular story was Could humans swim quicker by imitating eels and jellyfish?
What will you read this week?
- Want to be up to date with current affairs?
- Like to be more knowledgeable about developments in your favourite subjects?
- Need to know the latest hot topics in Law, Medicine, History, Science, Art etc for University interviews?
- Debaters – want to sharpen up your knowledge of topical issues?
Then don’t ignore the Library News Digest!
Look out for this weekly email every Friday. The News Digest is created for you by the Library Team to save you time and bring together the most interesting and useful news stories of the week. We look through the main broadsheets for interesting news stories along with the BBC News website, JSTOR Weekly Digest, The Conversation and a range of other authoritative new sources.
You can use the subject area navigation menus at the top to just dip into your favourite subjects.
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