14,000+ words seems like A LOT, but we’re all in the same boat ⛵️@LINCLibrarian gives his advice for tackling those 14,000 words! @GCWLibrary 📚 https://t.co/WjSfh8ivp1
— UoL Student Life (@UoLStudentLife) June 17, 2020
Introductory video about Academic Writing Support
Instead of embedding this YouTube video as I would normally do, I decided to embed the tweet from my @LINCLibrarian twitter account. It features the Academic Writing Support (AWS) manager, Judith Elkin, answering questions about what the services does to help students with their assignments. If you would like to book an appointment or turn up at one of our drop-in sessions then please see the AWS guide http://guides.library.lincoln.ac.uk/aws
Here’s an introductory video by Judith Elkin about Academic Writing Support @AWS_UoL based @GCWLibrary https://t.co/MtX3gg8Wq5 via @YouTube
— Daren (@LINCLibrarian) May 16, 2017
Following liveblogs to keep up to date with news
What will happen to the Eurozone today? Be the first to find out using liveblogs and Twitter. To continually support students by following the latest trends in the financial world, the Business Librarian Blog is always keen to be aware of the latest business news. Using Twitter (our address is @LINCLibrarian) is great for receiving real-time news and developments. It’s how many journalists keep up to date afterall. But why not follow a blog too? For those studying the dramatic Eurozone crisis following a live blog is one of the best ways to keep up to date in a 24/7 digital culture; especially today when Greece is entering such a critical phase in its history. My favourite is the Guardian’s liveblog which sends minute-by-minute updates.