As a PhD student, you have probably left behind the long nights of essay writing and pre-exam revision, but there will still be days with fewer hours than you need. Good news is that with 24/7 Library, Research Exchange will be up and running too. Here’s how to use it and make progress in your research….
Studying late at the Library? Tummy grumbling? Energy-levels dwindling? Here are our food and drink suggestions to keep you going…
The Library is 24/7 but you don’t need to be. Here’s our best advice on how to avoid all-nighters and beat the procrastination bug!
It’s the last stage before handing in: proofreading. Perhaps you’re one of those who struggles to spot the mistakes in their own work, or simply can’t bring yourself to reread something you’ve written at all. The litter of cranky spelling corrections and added punctuation scrawled in the margins of your returned assignment is familiar sight to you. But fear not, your plight is avoidable…
You’ve got your books, your laptop, pens, paper and highlighters. You’ve got your imminent deadline, and steadily growing worry to hone it. But you just can’t seem to get in the zone and start working. What is the missing piece of this productivity puzzle? … By Laura Primiceri
How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Everyone knows that saying, and tackling your workload is just the same…By Ondrej Bajgar
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Fables for the studying student; take a look at some Aesop inspired advice on how to tackle library life… by Laura Primiceri
Exam season is now well underway so we’ve asked you for your top revision tips to share with your fellow students (in exchange for some brain food!)