By Amber Lovell

Meet the Librarian – Hannah Groom

August 15, 2022

Within the higher education sector, we hear a lot about students, and rightly so, but nowhere near enough about the people who provide them support in many different shapes and sizes – their university librarians. To prove there’s more to librarians than hushing and clichés, we’ll be speaking with a different librarian each month to

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By Amber Lovell

Parent’s how-to guide for coping with results day

August 4, 2022

In under two weeks, throngs of nervous teens and beyond will be checking their emails and UCAS accounts to see whether they secured their place at university.  It’s a tense time for students and parents alike, so here’s the parent’s how-to guide for coping with results day.  Understanding   Results day calls for a lot of

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By Ellie Parker

10 student money saving tips

August 2, 2022

Stating the obvious, we know, but uni can be expensive and the cost of living crisis isn’t doing anyone any favours, which is why it helps to be savvy with your spending! In an ideal world, no one should have to choose between heating and eating, but with 1 in 4 students reportedly living off

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By Amber Lovell

Neurodivergence in Higher Education

August 1, 2022

Higher education can be difficult at the best of times, especially if there is something that students feel can hold them back.  Supporting neurodiversity Neurodiversity refers to the different ways the brain works and interprets information. It highlights what we’ve known all along – people think about things differently, people have different interests and motivations

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By Amber Lovell

Access and Accessibility 

July 27, 2022

With just weeks to go until 610,000 university applicants find out whether they’ve secured their place at uni, we’re voyaging further into our exploration of how instant and equitable access to eTextbooks can benefit students and their institutions. Whilst we all know that equitable access is beneficial, to some it is still seen as a

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