We are looking volunteers to tell us what they think of the Library website. Registration now closed.
Thank you to everyone who has registered on the sessions to give us feedback about the Library website. Registration is now closed.
However, if you would still like to give your views you can send your thoughts to email@example.com.
We’re keen to get feedback from our students about how you use the Library website.
Do you find it easy to find the information you need? Do you use our FAQs? Or do you get lost in a maze of pages and struggle to find what you’re looking for?
It doesn’t matter if you go directly to the website, get there via a web search or use the Library tab in MyBeckett we’d still like to hear from you.
We’re looking for volunteers to provide feedback on their experience of using our web pages. The information we gather will feed into plans to update the website and will hopefully make it easier to navigate and use.
We asked you for your hints and tips to help survive exams. Thanks to everyone who responded.
There were a few that we’re probably not allowed to repeat (!) but we thought we’d share some of them with you, alongside more information that you might find helpful:
“Ask your teachers for support” – but remember there is lots of help from staff right across the University if you are struggling, such as the Student Wellbeing Team who offer appointments and self-help guides.
“Plan” – sounds obvious but isn’t always easy; you might find mindmapping a useful technique: MindView software is available on all the Library PCs. And remember to make sure you know where and when your exam is!
“Be kind to yourself” / “believe in yourself” – take a look at our Wellbeing Pinterest Board for ideas or pop along to one of the SU #stressless events.
“Prep” / “Remember to read da question” – lots of information and advice is available on the Skills for Learning exam prep pages.
“Reward yourself after a few steps” – Colleagues in the Food Courts have special offers on to help you get through exams – £1 cakes after 2pm!
“Rehydrate (with wine)” – can’t offer the alcohol but there are water fountains in each Library.
“Take a break every ten minutes” – we have mindfulness colouring to stop you looking at your screens for a few minutes, but if you do take longer breaks remember to take your belongings with you.
“Early nights zzzzz” – we’re open 24/7 but that doesn’t mean you should be revising 24 hours, make sure you get lots of sleep whether you’re a night owl or an early bird. But remember to set your alarm so you don’t miss your exam!
And don’t forget to Contact Us if you need us.
We’re looking for volunteers to take us on a tour round the Library!
We’d like you to take us on a tour of how you use the Library so you can tell us which are your favourite places to study, which services and resources you use, what you do if you need help and anything else you’d like to share! Staff will record and take notes of the tour and photograph things of interest.
The tours will form part of the work we’ve been doing over the last year or so to gather feedback on how you use your Library space. You may have already left a comment on one of our feedback walls, or seen staff out and about with clipboards and laptops counting the number of students in different areas, or we might have come up to you and asked you why you were sitting in a particular study space.
If you’re able to help, simply sign up for one of the time slots available. The tour should take about 30 minutes and you’ll receive a £10 gift voucher. If the times don’t work for you but you’d still like to get involved please email Helen Loughran (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange an alternative time.