Monthly archive for August2018

Pause to Ponder

Pause to Ponder

The mind, the heart, the body, the soul – ideally they all work together Too often we see them as separate – some we ignore, others we overindulge.  For any increase in your sense of well-being all four need to interweave in a deeper harmony. …

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Careers and Employability Centre – temporary closure

Careers and Employability Centre – temporary closure

The Careers and Employability Centre at City Campus will be closed for just over three weeks, from today Friday 24 August to Tuesday 18 September to refurbish the ground floor. During this time there will be no access to the centre. For Careers and Employability…

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Pavement resurfacing near Collegiate

Pavement resurfacing near Collegiate

The City Council will start pavement resurfacing on Ecclesall Road in late August. The work is being done at night to minimise disruption due to high footfall in the area, 7pm to 5am Monday night to Friday only. It’s also weather dependant so it’s hard to…

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Music to help you focus

Music to help you focus

Are you struggling to concentrate at work, with study or preparing for exams? Do you need to focus, relax or get inspired? Music can help! BBC Radio3’s  In Tune Mixtape on iPlayer can help you focus, you can listen to… Music for… inspiration Find your motivation with gently uplifting…

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Meanwhile, Back in the Library

Meanwhile, Back in the Library

This week’s picks:  20th August 2018 This week in Meanwhile, Back in the Library: a tale of love, obsession and time machines; the everyday minutiae of life coping with both pregnancy and cancer treatment; and a vain, cowardly superhero who does what every minor celeb…

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Tell us about Digital Skills!

Tell us about Digital Skills!

The postboxes are back! After the huge success of our love letter campaign, we are now using the postboxes for you to tell us about digital skills. Letters are available next to the postboxes, all you do is fill them in and post them back to…

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Needs Maths/Stats help in August?

Needs Maths/Stats help in August?

Anyone for Pi? If you need a little help with your Pi, see our Maths and Stats online resources https://maths.shu.ac.uk/mathshelp/ or get in touch with your supervisor. Math/stats drop-in sessions run during term time.          

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You can access free drinking water fountains in both libraries!

You can access free drinking water fountains in both libraries!

Guess what! There’s no need to buy water – you can access free drinking water fountains in both libraries to help keep you hydrated while studying. Just remember to bring your water bottles with you and fill up at anytime! Where to find them… At Adsetts the water fountains…

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The Archives Hub – free online service to search the UK’s archive collections

The Archives Hub – free online service to search the UK’s archive collections

Archives Hub – free online service to search the UK’s archive collections What is it? The Archives Hub is a free online service. It allows you to search descriptions of thousands of the UK’s archive collections (such as universities, company archives and local history centres). What are…

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Meanwhile, Back in the Library – this week’s picks

Meanwhile, Back in the Library – this week’s picks

For this week’s choices, Meanwhile, Back in the Library brings you a nineteenth-century painter obsessed with birds; a young billionaire obsessed with justice (and bats!); and some women who escape all these male obsessions to have a good natter about sex. Meanwhile, Back in the Library…

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