At Middlesex we know that our students sometimes have to travel a long way to study with us. Here are some suggestions on how to learn on the go, and how to get involved in Uni life.
Commuter Students: How to stay in touch with Uni life by Natalie Rose
If you'd find it easier to listen to documents on the move rather than reading them, we have software which can convert docs for you.
SensusAccess is a self-service, cloud-based system which allows you to convert files, images, webpages or free text, into an alternative, accessible format for personal use. You can convert most types of files into an alternative format, including a PDF image file into an accessible PDF, and also combine several files into a single file.
Listen to RCPsych podcasts.
Did you know you can earn CPD points by completing eLearning after listening to some of our podcasts? Browse through individual podcasts to see which ones link to CPD Online.
PsychCrunch is the podcast from the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest, featuring presenters Ginny Smith, Ella Rhodes, Dr Matthew Warren and Dr Christian Jarrett.
Learn how to use tools from the American Psychological Association's Publishing Office. Find training resources about the APA Databases - PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, PsycTESTS, PsycBOOKS, PsycEXTRA, and PsycTHERAPY - on APA PsycNET, EBSCOhost, ProQuest, and Ovid. You'll also find videos about Academic Writer, a complete environment for teaching, learning & writing professionally in APA Style.
Middlesex pays for you to have free access to Linkedin Learning.
Many courses can be listened to as audio only as well as video.
Sconul Access is a FREE scheme where you can use other university libraries in London to study and (depending on your level of study) borrow books. You can also use Eduroam to use their wifi to access our e-resources.
Anyone can use their local public library. Membership is free.