How to get the most out of the Library and other University support for revising for and taking exams
This guide contains key information about the following topics:
Looking for a quiet space to get your revision done? A wide range of study space is available across campus. Find a study space to suit your needs.
The most important thing right now is your wellbeing. Please make sure you're taking as good care of yourself as possible, and consider some of the resources below.
We've put together some resources from the Library that you might find helpful when trying to unwind during this stressful time.
Bored of Spotify, iTunes, whatever music streaming service you normally use? Did you know through the Library you have access to databases that allow you to listen to millions of songs from pop and rock to classical music, from operatic arias to alternative dance?
While it's not always possible to physically visit a museum or gallery, you can still do a lot of exploring of collections online.
Google Arts & Culture allows you to virtually explore around 500 museums and galleries across the world, includes online exhibitions from the University's own cultural and heritage collections.
Does it feel like you've completed Netflix? Amazon Prime not feeling so amazing anymore? You can access a wide range of TV programmes, documentaries, films, drama and theatre performances through the Library.
Forgotten what it feels like to read for pleasure? Some of these databases may help you rediscover that feeling.
Some libraries have extended opening hours during exam and revision periods. Study space in the libraries must be booked. When using the study spaces, you must adhere to 2 metre physical distancing and a face covering worn at all times.
This Guide to Learning Resources for MicroMasters by Lauren Smith at the University of Edinburgh is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.