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Off campus assessments and exams

We know assessments can be stressful, and in the current situation things may feel even more difficult. To try to help we’ve put together a checklist of things to help you feel as prepared as possible.

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Join our Research Cafes

One of the hardest things about the current pandemic is maintaining the feeling of belonging to a research culture so the Library is trying to find ways to continue those connections that are normally made on campus.

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Develop your academic skills

There are lots of ways the Library can help you develop the academic skills you need to succeed at University:

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Learn to learn online

As everyone spends more time learning online the Library has some hints and tips to help.

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Welcome to the Library

Welcome to Leeds Beckett University Library.  For both new and returning students things are different this year so please see below for a summary of our services and how we can support your studies.

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Studying during the Summer

The Library is here to support you 24/7

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Copyright and Online Teaching During the Current Crisis

One of the many consequences of the Coronavirus pandemic has been the necessary transition to online learning across the entire HE sector in order to minimise contact and the risk of infection. On 23 March our university closed its buildings and moved all teaching and assessment into the online environment. Our Copyright Clearance Officer, Rachel Thornton, explores some of the impacts.

Dissertation support from the Library

Working on your dissertation or final project? The Library can help!

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Discover Library Resources

Use Discover to access thousands of Library resources and keep your research on track.

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Keep on track in Semester Two

Whether you've made it through your first semester at university or are halfway through your course, make sure you are ready to deal with any possible 'potholes' along the way.

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