UK Disability History Month runs from 22 November to 22 December 2018. Take a look at the Library resources available that relate to this year's theme Disability and Music.
I don’t believe in a world where people are treated differently, a world where your ‘privilege’ plays an integral role in predicting the story of your life.
Where are you saving your work? Make it OneDrive!
Discover 6 reasons why OneDrive is where you should be saving all your coursework and assignments.
The Library has Subject Guides containing a whole host of information to help with studying your particular subject area.
Hi, I'm Molly and I want to share my favourite places to eat out in Leeds.
Hi, I'm Keely. In today’s blog, I am going to be talking about the different ways that you can stay happy and healthy during the winter period.
Hi, I'm Anagha. I wanted to talk a bit about my masters, and give some tips for success if you choose to study one.
Hi, I'm Molly and I want to talk about my experience of settling in here at Leeds Beckett.
Hi I'm Anagha. I want to explain what Bonfire Night is all about, to help those who may have been a little confused by it all last week!
Virtual and augmented reality as an emerging technology is disrupting the digital and technological revolution.
Hi, I'm Molly! Here's my top tips for enjoying Leeds (and looking after yourself) this winter.
A series of events are being held at Leeds Beckett’s University Business Centres this week to celebrate and explore the role of women in leadership. Ahead of her talk in Wakefield on Tuesday 13 November, Professor Dorothy Monekosso shares an insight into her research, which aims to boost the participation of women, and other under-represented groups, in science and engineering.
If you're in your final year you may be starting to think about your dissertation or final project. Find out about the support available from the Library.
Don't worry, Leeds Beckett Library is on hand to help!
Academic Writing Month is an annual event aimed at helping you set and achieve your writing goals. We have lots of help and support to guide you.
‘Who do you talk to about your work in education and why?’
Congratulations to our MSc International Events Management graduate, Rhys Gillard, for winning the national Post-Graduate Annual mia list 2018 award.
Check out this fly-through video of our new £45 million home for the Carnegie School of Sport.
Hi, I'm Molly and I want to talk to you about finding part time work and placements during your studies.
Hi, I'm Jenny and I want to explain why it's so important to visit universities before you apply.
Hi, I'm Molly and I wanted to give you my top tips for reducing university stress.
Hi, I'm Abbie and I want to show you some fun ideas for nights in now that the weather is getting colder.
In the spirit of effective collaboration, Leeds Beckett University is developing its partnerships further in the field of Primary Foreign Languages.
This November marks the centenary of Armistice Day the beginning of the end of World War One hostiles. In the years that followed, towns, villages, businesses and institutions across Great Britain began a process of remembrance.
Professor Rhodri Thomas has this month launched his new book at Headingley Campus.
When government minister Penny Mordaunt states, “None of this is acceptable” in relation to the findings of the government’s published LGBT survey report (July 2018) you sense that as a society we are not as equal as we like to think we are.
Work is progressing well on the university’s main campus developments, check out your latest monthly update here.
This month get your hands on four fantastic offers for you to enjoy throughout November!
November is AcWriMo – Academic Writing Month! An annual event aimed at helping you set and achieve your writing goals, with Leeds Beckett Library on hand to help.
Do you have Halloween assignment horrors?
We know writing your assignments can be scary, whether it’s managing your time, finding the information you need, structuring your work, or referencing. Please don’t worry - there are lots of ways the Library can support you.
Join us from Monday 3 December for some festive fun with friends and get in the festive spirit.
Hi, I'm Becky and I wanted to share some of our academics' expertise with you. As it's Halloween, I asked Dr Steven Gerrard from Northern Film School to recommend his top 5 scary movies for you to enjoy!
Environmental campaigners have condemned the Chancellor's budget plan to spend £60m on tree planting in contract to a staggering £30bn being pledged for roads. Here Alan Simson, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urban Forestry at Leeds Beckett University and member of the International Committee European Forum on Urban Forestry, highlights the importance of green space and tree planting to our wellbeing and wider society.
Hi, I'm Molly and I want to give you my top tips for staying safe - not just here in Leeds, but everywhere!
Hi, I'm Becky and I want to talk to you about how to approach those university applications.
Hi, I'm Molly and I want to give you some advice for choosing the right course and accommodation for you!
The latest research from the Education Support Partnership demonstrates that two in five Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) have experienced mental health problems in the last year.
We know writing essays can be scary so whether you are worried about leaving things to the last minute, finding information or referencing, don't worry there is lots of support available. Library staff will be out and about this Halloween to help calm your fears! And not just for essays - we can help with all your assignment queries.