Talk to the Library – Thursday 4 March 2021 is #UniMentalHealthDay

The Library is an intrinsic part of University life. In supporting all members of the University community (students, staff and alumni), the Library understands the challenges and stresses of the academic environment and how they can impact on mental health and wellbeing. As such, the Library not only provides support through resources, information and facilities, but also through connection and community too. Whilst Libraries are stereotypically known for ‘shushing,’ our Library really likes to talk! So on #UniMentalHealthDay, we’d like to remind you of all […]

Writing is rewriting, right?

Creative writers know better than anyone the pain and necessity for editing work and they often spend months perfecting draft after draft. Katie shares tips and ideas from the writing toolbox that can shortcut some of the most common pitfalls and help refine your dissertation into a masterpiece… Every Masters course will have distinct dissertation […]

Happy April Fools’ Day!

Sorry folks, it was in fact an April Fools joke. No therapy penguins to pet, but there’ll be lots of other events occurring in Term 3 to help you #StudyHappy. Our Original Post: Therapy Penguins at the Library in Term 3 Stressed out about exams? Following the success of the therapy dogs, we’re getting in […]

How should a company respond to a data breach?

How should a company respond to a data breach? How to Respond to a Data Breach Stay calm and take the time to investigate thoroughly. Get a response plan in place before you turn the business switch back on. Notify your customers and follow your state’s reporting laws. Call in your security and forensic experts […]

How do you write a good science abstract?

How do you write a good science abstract? An abstract should be: Informative (a brief overview of your research) Descriptive (including the research aim, objectives of your project, and the analytical methodologies applied) Critical (the key outcomes and limitations of your work should be described) Written in a formal language. When would you use an […]

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