Semester 2… coming to a classroom near you!

July 22, 2008 at 3:09 pm Leave a comment

Semester 2 is starting next week at Uni.

Let’s see… in the first 2 weeks of Semester 1, there were class presentations (me, talking about the library, to various language classes) to attend.  Who remembered what I talked about, in their classes?  That you can actually visit the library / Self Study room between 8am – 7.45pm (Mondays – Fridays), watch movies from any of the computers in the Self Study room (and the Access labs too, of course, provided you had your own headsets), and study your language of choice from a range of AV materials available?

Spread the word around that there is a library blog specifically aimed at students studying a foreign language at the University.  Please let your friends know that the Library is where they can get all the information they need for studying their choice of language during their time at Uni.

Let me know (via comments in here, or via my Facebook profile or even library presence on Facebook) what you’d like to see more of, in this blog, or in my Facebook pages.

Meanwhile, enjoy your studies and time at the University! 🙂

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