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Understanding why students drop out

How can we maximise retention and minimise drop outs?

/ 24 March, 2017

Top 5 Facts About the Live Stream Lectures Pilot in Psychology

Everything you need to know about the Live Stream lectures pilot in less than 3 minutes.

/ 8 March, 2017
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Getting published: knock, knock, knocking on journal doors

Want to get published? Use our Library tools to work out which journals to approach Deciding on a journal to approach with a view to publishing your work can be daunting. Where can you start? Who can you seek advice from? The...

/ 6 March, 2017
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Todays ‘typical’ student… who are they?

According to The Conversation, “The typical university student is no longer 18, middle-class and on campus”

/ 3 March, 2017
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Style alert: APA Style Central is a toolbox for research and publishing.

The Library is launching a new multitasking product: APA Style Central. It’s quick and intuitive! Here’s a snapshot of what it does. There are four modules called Learn, Research, Write, Publish. Learn.  Here you’ll learn what APA is and how to apply it to your writing....

/ 2 March, 2017
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Are your graduates ‘CareerWise’?

Did you know that many of your students do not think about what they want to do when they are done studying? In today’s competitive economy and a world full of choices and options, it is critical that your students...

/ 22 February, 2017
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Alive with the sound of music (check out the Library music sources)

Library music sources to get your groove on Are you fascinated by the latest popular songs, or by opera, or perhaps researching the theory of musicology? Perhaps you’re interested in listening to samples, comparing data, uncovering music history, or finding...

/ 31 January, 2017
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A Toxic Effect Of ‘Flying Solo’ For Teaching Staff

Research suggests that working in isolation might actually be harmful for your job satisfaction and well-being, especially if you are an ‘early career’ academic.

/ 3 November, 2016

#3 Minute Paper Challenge

It’s difficult to find time to read the scholarly literature on higher education learning and teaching – but there is valuable research out there. Three minutes of reading? That can be done!

/ 20 October, 2016