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Published: 20 September 2016

Get started with the Library Basics | Revolve indoor cycling | Drop in to manage perfectionism, stress and low mood

Get started with the Library Basics

New to the University? Needing a refresher on using the Library? We’ve got you covered!

The Library released a wide range of helpful resources, videos and help guides in one, accessible place. You can explore the Library with the student-led Library tour video, or, if you want to look around in the building, book a tour!

You can also sign up to the Library basics Moodle course, packed with tutorials explaining how to use the Library equipment and make use of online resources.

  • Explore the Library Basics website now!


Join the revolution - Revolve indoor cycling

Revolve Indoor Cycling is the latest addition to the University’s sport portfolio and is Glasgow’s premium indoor cycling studio. It features a giant video wall; nightclub quality lighting and sound system; music that has been specially chosen to enhance your ride; Matrix IC7 indoor cycling bikes featuring the unique Coach by Colour system; and, for led rides, the finest instructors we could lay our hands on.

More than 40 scheduled classes per week offer our riders a selection of virtual and instructor led classes and are open to anyone with an interest in indoor/outdoor cycling, novices or experienced riders.

Virtual classes - Run at set times and operate on a drop-in basis. Just turn up, tune in and enjoy your ride. No need to book in advance, but seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Premium (Instructor led) Classes - Guarantee your seat and let our instructors take you for the ride of your life as they motivate you to excel in our fun and inspiring classes.


Drop in to manage perfectionism, stress and low mood

The University's award-winning Counselling & Psychological Services (CaPS) are offering short, bite-sized talks this month on managing perfectionism, stress and low mood.

Whether you just joined the University or are continuing your Glasgow journey, you are welcome to drop in. You don’t need to be registered with CaPS to attend.

Spaces at each talk will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

All talks will take place in Rooms 402/403, Level 4, Fraser Building.

Tue 20 Sep 1515 - 1645 Dr Lindsey Wilson Managing perfectionism
Wed 21 Sep 1515 - 1645 Dr Pavlina Antoniou Managing stress: CBT skills
Thu 22 Sep 1515 - 1645 Julia Caird Managing low mood: CBT skills
Fri 23 Sep 1515 - 1645 Eric Medcalf Managing stress: De-stress, not distress


First published: 20 September 2016