Festive fun and exams – how to balance both — Leeds Trinity Library Blog

Got exams to prep for in December or January but can’t escape the festivities? We’ve got a great formula to bring you balance to fun and studying. It’s called the ‘half-and-half’ approach. So, you either split your week or each day in half. One half is for fun activities, the other is for… you guessed […]

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A quick update

I’ve been super occupied of late and am guilty of neglecting my blog 😦

I hope to take some time off and put something together soon.

Meanwhile, I thought I should share what I found with you the other day. I recently discovered Cram and I used it to create flashcards online. I like the fact that the site is simple and easy to use – totally WYSIWYG. My students liked it too and I’ll share more details as soon as I can. In the mean time, here’s how my sample set looks: http://www.cram.com/flashcards/beowulf-7684909.

I hope you’ll find it useful.

That’s all for now. I’ll be back soon.


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First of all, double-check you’ve understood the purpose of the assignment (what the tutor is seeking to assess/reward), the learning outcomes, the word limit and what percentage of your overall mark the work carries (so that you allot an appropriate amount of effort). Make a list of areas where you are confident, and also those where you need to find out more. […]

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