Revising - 10 ways to improve your memory -
Scratching your head about your revision? How can you remember all those things you’ve been taught this past academic year? Don’t panic there are some easy ways to improve your memory - including clenching your right fist, chewing gum and going for a walk, as well as sniffing rosemary, losing…
Culture Collisions: Troubling Images - Researching Northern Ireland with University of Sunderland Library resources -
Many thanks to Rachel Dolan, Liaison Librarian for Media at University of Sunderland, for today’s Culture Collisions guest post….
This is a guest blog post for the Culture Collisions series by our Art and Culture librarians on the theme of propaganda…
With 24/7 access to The Murray Library over the Spring Vacation there is no excuse not to finish off that dissertation or make an early start on your revision. We’re even offering non-staffed hours on the bank holidays so make the most of your library this vacation. Fit in a few hours work this vacation and you can definitely treat yourself to a chocolate egg or three.
For full details of opening hours at The Murray and St. Peters, visit the Library Website.
Keep track of your library life! My Account at the library catalogue just got easier and better! -
We’ve listened to you and have added some new, improved features to your ‘My Account’ area of the library catalogue.
The main improvement is that you now log in with your University user ID & password, instead of your campus card barcode.
You asked for an easier way to manage library…
Come along to talk to library staff, pick up some freebies, refresh your library skills and ask those burning questions.
Where is that quiet space in the Library? Look at our library maps (this one is for St Peter’s Library) to see where all the different types of learning spaces are located.
Pinpoint that social area for your lunch or see where you can go to be totally silent and get your head down for some serious revision.
You can find the maps on our website, or from our catalogue, and from the information kiosks in the library itself.
(Source: uoslibperformingarts, via artlibrary)
Pop Up Quiet Spaces - now available in the Library -