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Posts tagged ‘theses’

24-hour Library: Researching Into the Night

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….

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Get Familiar: The Modern Records Centre

Struggling to find original source material? Want to make your essay stand out? Here’s how to get ahead by using the Modern Records Centre (MRC) and its archives…by Nuala Clarke

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Getting the most from your sources: Note taking and speed reading

Faced with a mountain of books and articles for your dissertation? It may seem like a huge slog but with these tips you can get through the reading that you need to do with the minimum of stress… By Chris Vernon

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What’s in a phrase? With these 5, just possibly better grades…

Stephen has found 5 more quotes that all apply to academic writing. Find out which ones apply to you…By Stephen Soanes

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5 quotes about academic writing that might just be true…

The pen is mightier than the sword. That said, practice makes perfect so read these 5 quotes for academic writing and see if there’s an aphorism for you…By Stephen Soanes

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What kind of searcher are you?

Find your library search personality type and get our tips for how to make the most of the information that is out there, just waiting for you… By Kate Williams.

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Vital Library tools for Masters dissertation success

When your dissertation storm strikes, don’t get caught without an umbrella…By Karina Beck.

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