To coincide with 24/7 opening at Augustine House library, as part of the exam & assessment period, we are bringing stressless back for another year. This session will run from the 18th November 2019 through to the 20th January 2020.
We are delighted to confirm that from 4 November until 17 January Augustine House will be open 24/7 to help support our students in the lead up to, and during, the assessment period.
Given the pressure on University learning spaces, we cannot give access to visitors during this revision and assessment period. Members of the SCONUL Access Scheme and paid external members may use the Library during this time.
Find out more about what 24/7 means for you below:
Library Search lets you find the resources you need for your study and research.
- Search the University’s print and digital collections in a single search.
- See what’s available at each campus.
- Go straight to digital full text content where available.
- Access your library account and save references.
- Submit Document Delivery requests online.
Even during the summer months, some of our students, particularly our Post grads. are still hard at work on their research or dissertations.
To ensure you get the best from yourself and keep motivated and don’t burn out, you need to give yourself regular breaks!
But how do you get the most from them?
Here’s our top tips for staying ahead of the game and ensuring you make the most of this valuable “me” time:-
The International Day of Happiness was created in 2013 as a way of reminding people of the importance of looking after ourselves and being happy.
Happiness is a great contributor to our overall well-being and can give us an overall feeling of contentment with life. It brings us joy, makes us smile and enables us to enjoy the things that are going on around us.
We can also bring happiness to others by looking out for, caring for and helping them in times of need; but don’t think this is the only time happiness counts, if you can bring happiness to someone during any time in their life, then it will have a benefit, to them and to you.
Do you feel like you’re endlessly taking notes?
Note taking is a skill you will use throughout your University life, from taking notes during lectures and presentations to making notes from a written text.
Here are our top ten tips to being an efficient note taker.