If you have a student who needs assistance with their assignments, thesis or project in regards to the topics below, you can refer them to the Library Help Centre.
The Library Help Centre provides assistance to students with the following:
Students can request an appointment with us by going to the Student tabs of this guide. Or if they have a Quick Query they can contact us via email, phone or drop in.
If you are a lecturer teaching at NCI, you can book a class with the Library Help Centre for your students. We offer a variety of classes for your students, we keep flexible hours and we can conduct the class in person or online.
You can request the following types of bespoke classes:
We recommend for any class that they are tied into particular assignments so that we can make the class more relevant and focused for the students.
How to book a class:
If you wish to book a class, please try to do so at least three days in advance by contacting us via email, phone or in person.
Please provide us with the following information regarding the session you require:
The Library Help Centre hours adapt to demand, if you require an early evening or Saturday class, this is possible provided we are given enough notice and the time slot is available.
Whether your students are coming to college straight from school, a different country, or after years in work, they may find that it differs from any studying they have done before.
The Library Help Centre is here to help students find their feet and to develop the skills they need to succeed in whatever challenges they face throughout their course.
We provide a professional, friendly, and free service to all NCI students in every discipline and at every level of academic study at NCI.
The Library Help Centre offers research support to lecturers as well. We can assist you with finding resources for your own research or advise you on meeting the referencing requirements of journals when submitting papers.
If you would like assistance, then you are welcome to contact us and make an appointment. Alternatively, if you would prefer assistance online, you may email the Library Help Centre and we will do our best to help you.