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The end of the semester is approaching — need help with stress management?

 exam anxiety by Flickr user cl0r
exam anxiety, by Flickr user cl0r

There are numerous resources across campus that can help you manage stress this time of year.

The UT Learning Center publishes useful handouts on topics such as:

  • Dealing Successfully with Conflict
  • How to Keep Calm During Tests
  • Self Talk for Reducing Anxiety

The Counseling and Mental Health Center offers a Student Stress Checklist and Tips for Stress Management on their website as well as an interactive stress management site called Stress Recess: Stress Management and Reduction.

And while you’re working on those final projects, don’t forget that librarians are available to help. Chat with us, call us, visit us, or schedule an appointment with a subject specialist with expertise in your area of study. All of these services are available through Ask a Librarian.

Good luck in these final weeks of the semester!

It’s Crunch Time! PCL can help!

Crunch Time @ PCL!

Don’t let end-of-semester projects get you down! Come by PCL Tuesday, November Nov 18 through Friday, November 21 for practical tips and advice with your last-minute research projects, a chance to win cool prizes, and free candy.

PCL is located at the corner of 21st and Speedway.

Can’t make it in next week but still need some help? Use our Ask a Librarian service to chat with a librarian online until midnight Sunday through Thursday. Check out all the hours and start chatting at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/ask.