Canvas, The new Study Direct

In this post, I’ll be looking over our Virtual learning Environment, Canvas, and how it weighs up to our old platform Study Direct. Now this wont be a “bring back Study Direct” campaign, because we all know its not coming back (they’ve stopped making the software), but I will discuss what was great about it … Continue reading Canvas, The new Study Direct

Graduate Employment – How My Course Has Prepared Me

When it comes to employability after university, I'd say my geography course definitely awards you with some skills essential for the real world outside university life, and in the working realm. Time management for one (although I feel as if this applies to most university courses if I’m honest), figuring out how to find the … Continue reading Graduate Employment – How My Course Has Prepared Me

A critical look at the Library’s Geography Subject Guide

To be entirely honest, I am not exactly sure how I've managed to successfully make it to third year without having used my subject guide, or truthfully, knowing it exists. This is probably due to the number of times I've gone straight to Library Search or Google Scholar when looking for resources to help with … Continue reading A critical look at the Library’s Geography Subject Guide

Digital Discovery Week: Digital Tools for Health and Fitness

Last week on campus it was Digital Discovery Week, and being the inquisitive students we are, we decided to see what it was all about. I decided to book myself into the digital wellbeing session, and here's what I learned. Work life balance Having a good work-life balance is something I support and try to … Continue reading Digital Discovery Week: Digital Tools for Health and Fitness