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Wellbeing on Wednesday: Mental Health Awareness Week

Kindness matters This is the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week. https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week/kindness-research The research briefing is well worth reading and most of the articles that are cited are available electronically via the Library, just copy the title of the article and paste into Discovery.   The evidence from the research is that kindness … Continue reading “Wellbeing on Wednesday: Mental Health Awareness Week”

Mental Health Awareness week

The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week which runs from 18-24 May is kindness.   We’ve included information from the official website below.  You can find more information and resources at https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week   You can also follow the week on social media Facebook: @mentalhealthfoundation Twitter: @mentalhealth Instagram: @mentalhealthfoundation Kindness and Mental Health   Kindness is defined by doing … Continue reading “Mental Health Awareness week”

Referencing- Last minute checks!

We get a lot of referencing questions through our Learning Hub and in tutorials.  Unsurprisingly, recent enquiries have included more examples of online resources. So here are some quick  Thursday tips for those of you working hard to finish assignments.   Cite Them Right Don’t forget that you have online access to Cite Them Right. … Continue reading “Referencing- Last minute checks!”

Welbeing on Wednesday

https://twitter.com/search?q=%23moodboosting&src=typd Mood busting books: The Reading Agency has some excellent recommendations for books to uplift you, chosen this year by students from the University of Exeter. From  this list I’d recommend The Night Circus: beautiful, magical. Previous years lists are worth a look too!