Much like keeping a ball in the air without using your hands/arms, it can feel like it requires constant effort and concentration to stay up-to-date with the latest research literature in your area. In this post we’ll look at some of the useful tools that are out there to help make this that little bit easier.
Keeping up-to-date is a lot easier and quicker if you have a solid foundation for your understanding of the literature. Continue reading “Academic Keepie-Uppie”
In this post, Catherine Robertson from Library Services highlights wellbeing services offered by the Library, and invites you to “check up” on your wellbeing.
Now we’re halfway through the year, it may be a good time to check in on your mental health and well-being. In January, there was a post with lots of suggestions for actions you can take to improve your wellbeing – did you do any of the suggestions? Do you have any of your own suggestions to share with other researchers?
Library Services are always keen to provide an environment that is conducive to research and well-being, and here are some things you may not have considered:
This space has been created for all members of the University to use and benefit from. Continue reading “Wellbeing check-up”