Study where you are
When you can’t get to campus, the tips below will help you study effectively from wherever you need to be.
Find a vast range of high quality digital resources, including e-books, academic journals, newspapers, data sets, multimedia and government publications. They’re essential to your assignments, research and teaching.
Brush up on your library research skills
Work through our Library Research Skills Moodle module to build confidence and prepare yourself for your next assignments
Know the best resources for your subject
Discover your subject guide to find the key resources recommended by your librarians for your topic.
Catch up on some reading
Use your reading list for the key titles for each of your modules. Broaden your reading by searching for your keywords on LibrarySearch. If you are away from campus don’t forget to filter your results to E-books.
Try some Open Educational Resources
Find some videos and activities to expand your learning and satisfy your intellectual curiosity. A few suggestions:
- OpenLearn from the Open University
- OER Commons created by the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
- Merlot from California State University
What works for you?