Back to school

Katie shares her story about returning to study following a long break while she worked. From the initial anticipation of choosing a course and applying, through to the differences of then and now, Katie looks at the value of the mature student experience… Just over two years ago I started to attend postgraduate open days, […]

Dissertation Submission Checklist

As you get closer to submitting your final master’s submission, you are likely to be going through the final submission checklist and making sure all the “I” s are dotted and the “T” s are crossed. Of course, there is always that tiny voice inside your head that is asking whether you have actually checked everything […]

Beyond academic writing

If you’re a Postgraduate Student at Warwick, you’re probably familiar with the woes and delights of academic writing, but there are other writing opportunities at the University of Warwick that you may be interested in exploring… During Welcome Week, the Library hosted a Creative and Blogging Workshop in support of the PG Community Engagement Team […]

New to Warwick? Navigate your way with the Library

Bubble or not, when you’re new to Warwick, the campus can be pretty daunting… There’s the brief flood of panic when you nonchalantly accept a 10am Chemistry block rendezvous, before realising you have no idea where the Chemistry block is. And when you finally twig you’ve been walking in the wrong direction for 10 minutes, […]

Why do firefighters wear protective gear?

Why do firefighters wear protective gear? Entering a burning building can mean walking into heat, flames, smoke and falling debris! The protective gear firefighters wear helps to keep them safe, agile and as light on their feet as possible. Are firefighter gloves waterproof? They’ve come out with this pair of cowhide structural firefighter gloves that […]

What is HTML who developed it and when?

What is HTML who developed it and when? First developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is used to create electronic documents (called pages) that are displayed on the World Wide Web. Each page contains a series of connections to other pages called hyperlinks. Who developed HTML in […]

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