Learning Resource Centre
The perfect place to review, research and expand your learning with access to a wealth of information and expert on-hand support and guidance.
What is the Learning Resource Centre?
Our Learning Resource Centres are designed to enhance and support your studies by providing access to a wealth of information through physical and digital educational resources.
Kirklees College boasts six Learning Resource Centres (LRC) across our campuses including the impressive LRC, which spans across four floors at the Huddersfield Centre.
Our award-winning centres have been recognised by The LRC, a Council for Learning Resources in Colleges (CoLRiC) with a Grade One ‘Excellent’ Service.
Kirklees College’s LRCs also received the Association of Colleges’ Beacon Award runner-up in 2015, and was the recipient of the CoLRiC Jeff Cooper Award 2016 for its First Steps Literacy Project, which encourages and self-publishes student creative writing work.
The LRC’s innovative and supportive team are also KC Star Award winners and nominees.
What can you access at the Learning Resource Centre?
Access to electronic resources including over 5,000 e-books and many relevant databases and information services.
IT and Media Resources
Access to IT and media equipment with the opportunity to borrow laptops, netbooks, cameras and voice recorders.
Access to printed resources including a wide selection of magazines and journals, and over 50,000 books.
What else is available at the Learning Resource Centre?
The Learning Resource Centres are a great space for private or group study and offer a vibrant yet calming environment in which to work.
As an information hub, we pride ourselves in the study aids available but we also recognise that sometimes you need quick, practical advice or a helping hand to access the right equipment.
Our highly skilled team is here to help, so please ask about:
- Study skills, copyright, referencing and plagiarism and advice
- Flexible study spaces and PCs
- Qualified, experienced and friendly LRC Staff