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Studying at a distance throughout the summer

The Library is here to support you 24/7

Studying from home

Find out how you can you can access resources and services from home

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Welcome to all new students in Semester 2

If you are joining the University in Semester 2 here are some helpful things to get you started with using the Library.

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Academic Health Checklist

The New Year isn’t just about making resolutions for healthy living, it can also be a time to reflect on your academic “health” and ensure you keep on track. Have a look at this advice from Academic Librarian, Kirsty Bower.

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Dissertation dilemmas? The Library can help!

Avoid any dissertation dilemmas by taking advantage of all the help available from the Library.

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Ten top tips for the perfect assignment!

Leeds Beckett Academic Librarian Ellie Clement gives us her top ten tips for writing the perfect assignment.

Library website re-launched

The Library website was re-launched last week with a new structure, look and feel. You should be able to use the site as usual, but please excuse us if some pages don’t look quite right or function correctly straight away. Please contact the Library or Offsite if you have difficulties in finding anything you need. 

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The Library’s still open 24/7!

Did you know that the Library stays open 24/7 all year round? You can contact us in several different ways and we’ll do our utmost to help you!

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See this month's selection of new online resources

Check out the selection of new journals, databases and eBooks.

Not sure how to access these resources? The Library can help – click on this post for more information.

Ellie Clement and Catherine Parkin

Are you a distance learning Law student?

Meet your Academic Librarians Ellie Clement and Catherine Parkin who have created a subject support web page containing relevant resources, help and guidance for your study.

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