Home and away: Top tips for distance learners

Are you a distance learner? Whether you’re in Brentwood or Benidorm, you’ll know that studying off campus can be hard. So catch-up with the Library, learn about our top tips and be absolutely fabulous!… by Oriane Boulay  Studying off campus can be hard. You might have other commitments, such as work or child care and […]

You said, we did; The Library is going 24 hours!

We have some very exciting news for you… The Library is going 24 hours! Great news for you night owls and early morning larks! Find out more… One of our joys at the Library is granting your wishes, though these usually take the form of book requests rather than pumpkin carriages and glass slippers. So […]

Brain foods – boost your brainpower

Does what you eat really affect your studying? We asked students last year for their top revision and study tips, and some of their tips involved food and drink. Here’s what they said about eating and drinking to help you study.             Keep hydrated Drink lots of water to stay […]

Celebrating Black History @ the MRC

The Modern Records Centre has a wealth of relevant and engaging archive resources. Read more about how we’ve got involved with Black history month… Every October in Britain, we make a special effort to celebrate the contributions that people of African descent have made to British society, contributions so often ignored and excluded from dominant narratives. […]

Dissertation troubles: digital solutions?

As with everything these days, where there’s a need, there’s an app. The same applies for managing your dissertation; let’s take a look at what’s on offer… by Karina Beck I’m a believer that finding the apps or software packages which suit your style of working is a matter of personal preference, so rather than […]

How do you cite a medical journal?

How do you cite a medical journal? The basics of a Reference List entry for a journal article: Author or authors. The surname is followed by first initials. Year of publication of the article. Article title (in single inverted commas). Journal title (in italics). Volume of journal. Issue number of journal. Page range of article. […]

What are 3 examples of homeostasis?

What are 3 examples of homeostasis? Other Examples of Homeostasis Blood glucose homeostasis. Blood oxygen content homeostasis. Extracellular fluid pH homeostasis. Plasma ionized calcium homeostasis. Arterial blood pressure homeostasis. Core body temperature homeostasis. The volume of body water homeostasis. Extracellular sodium concentration homeostasis. What are 5 examples of homeostasis? 1 Answer Temperature. The body must […]

How do you explain inception?

How do you explain inception? Inception: The practice of entering dreams and planting an idea in someone’s head. Normally Cobb and his team only invade dreams to steal secrets and they aren’t sure if Inception is really possible. The Architect: The person who constructs the dream world inside the mind of the Dreamer. Is Cobb […]

What is an assessment verb?

What is an assessment verb? assess. (transitive) To determine, estimate or judge the value of; to evaluate. (transitive) To impose or charge, especially as punishment for an infraction. (transitive) To calculate and demand (the tax money due) from a person or entity. Is assessed a verb? The verb assess has the general meaning of determining […]

How can I be a good doctor?

How can I be a good doctor? 7 Qualities the best doctors have in common Good doctors are good communicators. Good doctors are organized and conscientious. Good doctors make patients feel cared for. Good doctors are curious. Good doctors work together to support patients. Good doctors advocate for their patients. Good doctors have great bedside […]

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