Want to add printing credit to your account (aka top up)? There is no longer a pay station in UEA Library, so you cannot use cash. Instead, you need a bank card. You can top up on any INTO or UEA computer or the PaperCut website.
The procedure for connecting phones, laptops, etc. to eduroam has changed again. The latest instructions are here.
The university now has access to the Telegraph Historical Archive, for the years 1855 to 2000. From the Daily Telegraph, May 28, 1969, p. 23:
The procedure has changed somewhat. New instructions are here.
For those of you arriving in Norwich this weekend, here is our campus map (PDF).
UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies has a politics blog called Eastminster. While it appears to be written entirely by two people called Editor and Admin, closer inspection reveals the actual authors. Some examples of posts: Seven Myths Used To Make The Case For A Second Referendum Terrorist obituaries: some early research… Read more Eastminster
UEA’s School of Economics has a blog – or rather, a collection of blogs. These include Staff Blogs, Meet the Lecturers and Student Blogs. Some posts: Who is Boris Johnson? Brexit Clues On The Community of Advantage Tosin’s Room
A big welcome to everyone on this year’s presessional course. Have a wonderful time and don’t work too hard!
If your first language is not English, you may use a dictionary in any examination at INTO and UEA unless it is expressly forbidden – for example, during an English language test. It must be a translation dictionary (e.g. Chinese-English) from one of these series: Berlitz Compact Berlitz Pocket Collins Gem Collins Pocket (no longer… Read more Dictionaries in exams
This year the Green Film Festival @UEA will be held between May 10th and 18th. There are six films, plus some other events. More information can be found here and here.
Norwich Economic Papers is a journal written and edited by UEA School of Economics students, some of them graduates of INTO. In fact, one of our student wardens is the current editor. There are 18 volumes so far, dating from 2010 to 2018. The latest volume includes articles on: wage discrimination on Irish immigrants the environmental… Read more Norwich Economic Papers
From The Associated Press, February 13, 1988 Ken The Gerbil Wins Student Election At University DATELINE: NORWICH, England A gerbil named Ken, campaigning on a platform of free beer and soft toilet paper, beat five other candidates to become president of the Student Union at the University of East Anglia. Ken’s owner, chemistry student Julian… Read more The gerbil who won a UEA election
Letter to The Times, 7th December 1968: From the Times Digital Archive. Roy Jenkins was at that time a Labour Party MP and the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Unkempt means untidy in appearance (clothes or hair), or scruffy.
From The Times, 20th May 1961: From the Times Digital Archive. For more on Earlham Park Golf Club, see this page.
The academic year of 2018/19 is about to start and thousands of students are crossing the world by plane, train and taxi. Some of them are coming to us in Norwich. We hope they will have a nice time here!
If there is something strange with your wifi, internet access, email, Office, UEA website, Blackboard, etc. etc., check the UEA IT Service Status web page.
A big welcome to everyone on the presessional course. Have a wonderful time. Don’t work too hard!