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We sometimes miss the simple and dare I say, obvious little steps, that can help us along the way. As a former student, I will share my practical advice on how to manage and organise yourselves and your stress levels, when researching and writing assignments/dissertations.
About the Speaker
Petra Killoran (She, Her) BA (Hons) Ed Studies from Bath Spa University and City University London Library Science MSc Alumna and current PhD student.
A firm believer in aspirations via education and reading for children and young people, she is currently an Academic Liaison Librarian at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. Here, she teaches research skills and manages collections for the Schools of Photography, Fine Art and Visual Communications and the School of Craft & Design.
Previous positions include, Assistant Academic Librarian at UAL Central St Martins, London, Administrative assistant for Hants Schools Inspectorate and Advisory Service, 28 years as a school librarian, Learning/Speech and Language Support Assistant, HLTA and administrative roles across many UK and military forces schools.
Personal philosophy, ‘It is never too late to learn, aspire to improve yourself or chase that dream.’
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