It’s time for one our favourite Study Happy events… The Library Language Exchange! If you’ve never heard of us before, you’re a fresher interested in meeting new people, or if you’ve just arrived home from your study abroad year, read more about the fortnightly events here… by Daryl Johnson Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons to Attend the Library Language Exchange”
Brace yourself… the PAT dogs are coming! That’s right, the most anticipated and exciting event on campus is here again! Read to find out more about what the charity Pets as Therapy do and how to sign up for your termly puppy cuddles… by Daryl Johnson
Welcome back! We hope everyone enjoyed their Easter break and is ready to begin (or continue, if you’re really on your game) exam revision. Term 3 can sometimes feel like you’re carrying the world on your shoulders, but we’ve got plenty going on in the library to help keep you motivated and refreshed. Here are the 5 best things happening in the library in term 3 (apart from you smashing your revision!)… by Daryl Johnson Continue reading “5 Best Things Happening in the Library this Term”
Second term can feel like a repeat of the first, only without the excitement of freshers and the start of a new year – here are some handy tips designed to keep your focus all year round… By Rachael Davies
We were busy throughout the month asking our friends and colleagues around the University for their seasonal book, film and TV recommendations. We gathered them all together and shared them with you over the last 25 days on Twitter under #WarwickLibraryAdvent. But you won’t have to scroll through our feed to see them all as our gift to you today is this holly jolly compilation. Happy Holidays from the Library!
This one is for those dedicated few still around during the winter holidays as you might be wondering where to get a tasty treat to stave off the cold during the winter break… By Rachael Davies
“Background music” has a bad reputation – but the right kind of noise can improve cognition, increase focus, and block out distraction… by Dr David Richardson (with headphones in)