How To Overcome Presentation Misnomers

If you’re in university for any length of time then chances are you’re going to have to give a presentation. It may be for a seminar, assessment, job interview, conference, or something else entirely…By Philip Gaydon While some of us relish the opportunity to stand up and spout our opinions on a subject, others break […]

Presentation technologies: 5 top tips

Want to make your presentation stand out from the crowd? Not sure how to make the best use of technology, text, images or animation? Like it or not, we all have to do presentations at some point, so we’ve put together a video with our 5 top tips for using presentation technology effectively. So sit […]

Nowhere to hide: Mastering your spoken exam

It’s bad enough when you don’t have the answers, but so much worse when your examiner is sitting right opposite you. These tips will get you through…By Karina Beck. I’ve survived several face-to-face exams at Warwick, including a 2 hour grilling on pre-WW2 literature, and a language exam that went down in history as I […]

Top 10 moments of the Study Happy Campaign!

The library’s anti-stress campaign has now drawn to a close – I guess time flies when you’re chilling out in massage chairs and cuddling some adorable doggies! Here’s a recap of our top 10 favourite moments of the study happy campaign…By Nuala Clarke 1. The Massage Chairs I never wanted to get up. Like ever. 2. The Free Stuff […]

Where can I find free publication journals?

Where can I find free publication journals? The Top 21 Free Online Journal and Research Databases CORE. CORE is a multidisciplinary aggregator of open access research. ScienceOpen. Directory of Open Access Journals. Education Resources Information Center. arXiv e-Print Archive. Social Science Research Network. Public Library of Science. OpenDOAR. Which is better IEEE or ACM? To […]

What is the medium of publication for a website?

What is the medium of publication for a website? An example of medium of publication is the instrument by which a work is formatted – it isn’t just the written word, but could be any kind of media. It can be print books, websites, electronic books, articles, databases, broadcast, sound recordings, a ballet performance, etc. […]

How do you critique a scientific study?

How do you critique a scientific study? It should not introduce any new material, but should address how the aims of the study have been met. The discussion should use previous research work and theoretical concepts as the context in which the new study can be interpreted. Any limitations of the study, including bias, should […]

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