Monthly Archives: October 2012

Double-sided printing

With students in the throes of exams, I thought it would be timely to do a quick post on how to print double-sided. At the moment the library is going through at least three reams of paper every day – … Continue reading

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Trusty searching – Weblinks

When asking the students to conduct research it is handy to have something up your sleeve when the inevitable ‘You just copied and pasted this straight from Wikipedia’ conversation arises. WebLinks is the answer. What is WebLinks? WebLinks provides a … Continue reading

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Selecting text – keyboard shortcuts

Some may play it fast and loose with the term nerd but once you overuse it, what word will you use to describe someone with a preference for keyboard-over-mouse? That being said, if it weren’t for these extreme dorks, we … Continue reading

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