We have probably all had to find things to entertain ourselves with during lock-down, maybe a pre-existing hobby, or maybe we have tried to learn something new. But how many of us have really relaxed, really let go, done something that we may have done in our childhood. If not, why not? No better time than now.
Even though our stressless areas and activities are currently unavailable due to the current health crisis, we still want to help. During this time of self-distancing and self-isolation it is even more important to take care of our physical, emotional and mental health, as well as our general well being.
There is a vast supply of virtual activities already in place, prior to the corona virus outbreak; with more being introduced due to the current circumstance, many of which can be found through social media.
In this blog post we are going to give you some top tips to prepare for take-home exams.
Have you got a to-do list? Is it on paper, on your phone or perhaps you keep it in your head. We are all very busy these days and this is certainly the case when studying. As the semester gets into full swing, you will be thinking about organizing your studies and getting into an effective study routine.
Skills For Study offers a range of modules to help develop all the skills you need to make your time at University a success. Modules include:
CCCU has a selection of free apps and software that can save you time, make your work easier, and increase your productivity. One of our Library Champions, 2nd year BA Primary Education student Jake Forecast, has written this blog about his preferred productivity tool, OneNote.