If you are feeling like you are in a productivity slump or you’re finding it difficult to focus, especially with deadlines coming up, you may be in need of some study apps to keep you accountable. Here are some great ones to check out!Continue reading “It’s all APP-hill from here: Structuring your Study with Apps”
Whether you’re a first year or a finalist, ways of studying this year are completely new and, for many of us, these first few weeks have been full of teething problems and time spent adjusting to a new working style. If you’re feeling out of your depth with the new working style – you’re not on your own! There are, however, a couple of things I have found useful to make blended (or completely remote, if you’re isolating!) studying more manageable.Continue reading “Remote Studying: 5 Tips for the ‘New Normal’”
As the library can be one of the most productive places to write essays, conduct research and get university work done, some of you might be worried about how you will work effectively from home. To help you overcome any intimidation about working from home, here are some tips on how to maximise the most of your home work space.
Did you know there is more to the Library than a bricks and mortar building? So long as you have internet access you can use the millions of e-resources online via the Library website! Here are some tips on how you can keep using the Library while you study, research or teach remotely.
Choosing where to study is possibly one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. But rest assured because Warwick offers students so much flexibility when it comes to studying. It is a unique campus environment that comes with so many benefits to your studying and having a healthy and happy university experience… By Ciara Brodi