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Getting started with OneNote
If you haven’t had a chance to check out my last blog post on digital note-keeping you can find it here: Digital Note-Keeping. As promised, today I’m writing about getting started with OneNote! Disclaimer: I know that OneNote has a different layout and different features depending on your device and the version you access. The ...
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My First Hackathon
Right before Easter break, I found myself scrolling through the weekly Maths newsletter (procrastinating something very important, I’m sure). Some way down, a bright banner caught my eye: Athena Hackathon 2021. “Erm, not for me,” was the exact thought I had as I scrolled past it. All I knew about hackathons was that they involved ...
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When I began my degree, I was really jealous of the people in lectures who would take notes on their tablets and annotate PDFs with ease. Most of these tablets are really expensive and, coming from a working-class background, I couldn’t afford one and I even thought that they are just not worth the large ...
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