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Meet the Vice-Chancellor

Meet the Vice-Chancellor on 30 October from 10.30-11.30 am in 3rd Space.  The Vice-Chancellor leads the University to make it even better for you.  Come and meet him in person. 3rd Space will remain open to all throughout, so you can still study there during

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Shaping our Future

The Shaping our Future roadshow comes to the Library today, Wednesday and Thursday. You’ll see the stand in the Atrium – you can’t miss it!  Take a look at the art work developing on the wall, come along to a

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Shaping our Future

Students and staff around the University are being invited to take part in ‘Shaping Our Future’ – an exercise that looks at where we might be in fifteen years time.  With themes such as ‘our students and their expectations’, ‘our

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Fresh at university?

Wish you were somewhere else? This handy map geolocates all UK universities and provides geographical information on each: http://www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/ukinfo/

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E-Learning

Last week we had a training day at the library where we learned about and tried out various e-learning websites and facilities. Here are a few we looked at: GCSE Bitesize (http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/) is a very useful site for exam revision

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The National Student Survey

Are you in the final year of an undergraduate course? Then the National Student Survey wants to hear your views on your course and your time at University. The survey contains 22 questions which ask for your opinions on Teaching

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What Uni?

Here’s a site which lets you ‘review’ your university.  There are various categories – some less serious than others. http://www.whatuni.com UoP gets an overall rating of 95% from 41 reviews and the Library comes out of it very well with

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