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By Amber Lovell

Catch up on the Kortext Summer 21 Webinar!

June 14, 2021

Nothing screams summer like a bucket, spade, and a webinar. Wait, what? Okay, you got us! But it’d be rude not to celebrate the success of our summer webinar! On Tuesday 8th June, we hosted academics, librarians, students and more, at our Kortext Summer 21 Webinar on Microsoft Teams. Opening the event was Kortext’s CEO,

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By Amber Lovell

5 Tips to Overcome Procrastination 

June 9, 2021

By Vasile Boico – University of Birmingham student and Kortext Student Ambassador. Your room is tidy, your bookshelf is sorted by genre, your wardrobe is organised by colour and season, but you have not started working on your assignments yet.  Does this sound like you?  Procrastination means putting off tasks until the last minute. You know

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Dr. David Kellermann Presenting
By Amber Lovell

Dr. David Kellermann announced as our Summer 21 Webinar’s keynote speaker

June 4, 2021

Whilst some may have reached webinar fatigue, we can promise that our Summer 21 Webinar will definitely be different from the webinars you’ve been subjected to as of late. First of all, it’s going to be full of good, summer vibes, which is almost enough to make you want to sign up. If summer isn’t

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By Amber Lovell

Stress: What is it, and how to overcome it

May 12, 2021

University can be quite a whirlwind. It can be fun, exciting, and amazing, but it can equally be busy, stressful, and overwhelming.  Sometimes, stress is a bit of a buzzword, but if that’s how you feel, then that’s perfectly ok.  Despite the fact it can make you feel terrible, stress is a natural feeling, designed to

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By Amber Lovell

It’s Earth Day 2021 – are you playing your part?

April 22, 2021

We only have one planet, and undeniably, looking after it is incredibly important. Some have said that the world has had a chance to reset itself somewhat due to the pandemic. There weren’t as many people jet-setting, road-tripping, or on a normal level, getting stuck in traffic on their way to work. As things are slowly picking up again, traffic is getting back

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