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5 ways to survive a “libraryless” Easter break

Getting anxious about your research or essay writing during the five days when the campus libraries are closed over Easter? Chill, you can plan ahead and get some serious work done. Seriously.

We know you like to be deep in study mode in the welcoming spaces of the library, amidst the scent of books, the relative quiet, . . . → Read More: 5 ways to survive a “libraryless” Easter break

Citing articles, tackling assignments – help is at hand

The Library offers tips on how to cite articles

The interactive tutorial, Demystifying citing and referencing and the related Citing and referencing library guide have been developed to assist with understanding when and how to cite sources.

First year students of the Faculty of Arts, among others, are now making good use of this self-paced tutorial and in-depth . . . → Read More: Citing articles, tackling assignments – help is at hand

Survival week at the Library

Do you need study tips? Are you not sure where to start with your essay or assignment?

The Library offers drop-in sessions, classes and resources throughout semester specially designed to get you on the right track with your course.   At  drop-in sessions, which are open to all students, you can discuss an aspect of your studies with . . . → Read More: Survival week at the Library

Value adding your essay writing

The Library is a great starting place for your essay research. You are bound to find a lot of useful information – good quotes, good ideas, good data. But if your essay just collects this stuff together, with a few of your words connecting quotes together the answer to the topic will not be strong. Markers . . . → Read More: Value adding your essay writing