It is often the practical component of a degree that is the most interesting! However, they can be very challenging, as they often occur in the same week where there are lots of lectures to attend! Fear not for this guide aims to help you balance both commitments!… By Kayvon Taee
Unsure whether a final year research project or dissertation is for you? Interested in creative ways to build your skills and confidence for employers? Want more than just to be told what knowledge is important? To see how students can drive and shape their own learning experience at Warwick, Katie explores the possibilities and opportunities in research for taught students…By Katie Hall
Have you ever needed to know what is being said about a major issue in Parliament, or whether a new Bill is about to become law soon? In today’s post, find out how to keep up with Parliamentary information … by Helen Riley Continue reading “How to find official publications for your essay or dissertation”
Unless you’re a Film & TV student, you may not automatically think of including audiovisual sources in your essay or assignment. But, as this guide suggests, there’s a wealth of material out there for you to explore and it’s not all television box sets and subtitled films!… By Julie Robinson
Researcher at Warwick? Let’s get you acquainted with the Research Exchange or the REx, as it’s more affectionately known… By Nuala Clarke
Did you know that as you stride around the library looking for a book, there’s a hive of activity going on beneath your feet? Find out more about your reading list team… By Danielle Dafforn
So the deadline for your dissertation or final year project is looming and it isn’t all quite going to plan. Here’s our advice for getting over the final hurdle and handing in your magnum opus on time… Continue reading “A marathon not a sprint: defeating the dissertation doldrums”
Would you like to explore what Brexit may mean for the UK, and what has actually happened so far? Here are some Library tips!