LSE SADL, a partnership programme between LSE Library and LTI, has on the 15th June hosted the 3rd London Digital Student MeetUp (#LDSM2016). The LDSM is an event designed to facilitate networking, sharing of experiences and exploring new themes in the field of digital literacy and student engagement in the London Area. It is an event for Students and […]
Over the course of the three years of my undergraduate life at LSE, few things have characteristically stayed constant. Course have changed, career paths have swayed and well let’s not even comment about London weather. But in the great turbulence of times and tides, from the wide eyed days of first year to the more cynical chasm of the […]
Last week we had the official summer break. We celebrated the end of the year with a light lunch, plenty of chats about exams, graduations and holidays. We also had a little game in the manner of SADL, which gave everyone something to take away – a handy tool to help drawing a digital footprint map. The following is […]
Summer term, a term of exams and other forms of assessment for you to show:
what you know
How well you know it
How well you can demonstrate it under pressure
Why not make it exciting too? As you prepare for your assessments, note down all the annoying things you come across throughout the day and then use them to generate innovative solutions […]
Dr Jane Secker, Programme Manager for SADL caught up with Professor Pauline Barrieu, Deputy Head of Department in Statistics at LSE. Statistics students have always made up an important part of the student ambassador cohort and this year seven of the nine Senior Ambassadors, providing support for the programme, were from this department. Jane was interested to know why […]
Last night was the official end of the SADL Programme for 2015/16 and students and staff got together in the Studio in the Saw Swee Hock to report on their group projects, be presented with their certificates and prizes for the best blog posts and generally let their hair down before the end of term.
We started off the evening […]
If you are like me or to be more precise, like most average student who owns a smartphone, then I can bet that the first thing you do when you wake up is that you check your phone.Doing so, and with the amount of distractions at the tip of your fingers, it is easy to find yourself engrossed […]
Securing a job after graduation is something that matters to a great extent to most of students I have met during my time at LSE. Some start their search as early as in their first year of undergraduate studies. Applying for jobs feels like taking up an extra course just because of the commitment, amount of discipline and organisation […]
The Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy Programme (SADL) has another graduated cohort ready to celebrate its achievements. In its third year, the programme run by LTI and the Library offers students and staff an opportunity to learn, share and collaborate in workshops and surgeries to produce resources fit for the 21st century.
At the celebration, staff will present the ambassadors […]
Instead of fighting your urge to go online when studying, why not use technology to enhance your concentration? Studies have shown that the right level of ambient sound can increase your productivity and boost your creativity by keeping your brain engaged at a subconscious level.
Here are some of my favourite picks:
With a neat user interface, users get mix […]