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May 22, 2017

Glamlife News from SS News Application
Glamlife News from SS News Application
News for tag - unilife
» Scheduled Panopto Downtime on 10th June

On 10th June 2017 between 8pm and 11pm, the Panopto lecture capture system will be unavailable for either upload or viewing while the system is being upgraded.

During the time of the upgrade, no existing recordings will be available to view live, and no recordings being made live will be able to uploaded.

Some recordings are available for download, so if you expect to need a specific recording at that time, you may be able to download it for viewing offline ahead of the disruption.

Should you have any queries regarding this please contact IT Customer Support online: www.southwales.ac.uk/customersupport

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May 18, 2017

Glamlife News from Health site
Glamlife News from Health site
Health Service News for tag - glamlife
» Ashgrove surgery - Repeat Prescriptions

Ordering medication for the summer vacation

For those students who are registered with Ashgrove surgery and need repeat prescriptions for the summer vacation

Please allow 48hrs notice when ordering any medication and Please ensure you order your medication in plenty of time.

If you need further information please contact the Health centre on
01443 482081


Glamlife News from Counselling Site
Glamlife News from Counselling Site
The Wellbeing Service News for tag - glamlife is about »
» Programme on OCD seeks participants

We have been contacted by a TV production company looking for people aged 18 – 30 who have OCD and would be willing to take part in a TV programme about living with the condition.

Crackit Productions are making a new two part series following the impact of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder on people aged between 18 and 30 years old. The series aims to demystify this condition and reflect the reality of how people live with this disorder on a day to day basis.

The production company are looking for people who have OCD (or believe they might have OCD) to take part in the show. They say that contributors will be supported throughout the filming and aftercare will be provided for people who take part in the final aired programme. However if you are considering this, we would advise you to think carefully before agreeing to participate.

Details below:

May 17, 2017

Glamlife News from SS News Application
Glamlife News from SS News Application
News for tag - unilife
» Are you ex-Armed Forces and graduating this year?

The University is interested in hearing from you about your experiences at University and your plans after graduation.

If you’d like to share your story please contact Ross Hall, Armed Forces Officer, ross.hall@southwales.ac.uk.

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May 16, 2017

Glamlife News from DDS site
Glamlife News from DDS site
Disability and Dyslexia Service News for tag - glamlife
» DDS Feedback request

Here at the Disability and Dyslexia Service, we appreciate your honest views and feedback on our service. It is important that we gather your feedback on a regular basis to ensure that you are receiving the support you need and inform future service developments.

We have designed a short questionnaire to provide an opportunity for you to give feedback about your experiences of receiving Disability related non-medical helper support. It will only take a few minutes to complete and you can respond anonymously if you wish.

If you have any further feedback or queries, please contact the team in one of the following ways:

• Book an Adviser appointment
Email DDS
CHAT to us
Submit feedback

Many thanks in advance for taking the time to share your views.

May 15, 2017

Glamlife News from SS News Application
Glamlife News from SS News Application
News for tag - unilife
» USWSU Campus Information Team Vacancies

The University of South Wales Students’ Union are looking for new members of their Campus Information Team for a September 2017 start on Newport City, Treforest and Cardiff campuses.

The Union are looking for people who have a friendly and confident manner, who are approcahable and who can be a hub of information for both students and guests visiting the Students’ Union.
Ideally, applicants will be in their second or third year of studies and familiar with their specific campus and the way the Union and University operate.

You can find more details and how to apply on USWSU’s website here.

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» TV Licence Refund? Don't Forget to Claim if You're Moving Home For The Summer

TV Licensing would like to remind those students moving home for the summer they may be able to claim a refund on their licence.

Students who purchased a TV Licence at the start of the academic year will have a full three months remaining on their licence and refunds can be claimed for unused quarters.

Students are encouraged to take advantage of the refund. To be eligible, students need to have a TV Licence, be leaving their halls or rented accommodation and be moving to a licensed address.

Matt Francis, spokesperson for TV Licensing Wales, said: “The student refund is brilliant news for students and we encourage those who bought their licence at the start of the academic year to take advantage of it. We want to help students understand the law when it comes to watching live TV on any device and help them avoid a fine. Reminding them about the refund is part of knowing when you do and don’t need a licence.”

Recent research by TV Licensing shows four out of five students watch TV via some device with 74 per cent of students using a laptop to watch TV. A TV Licence is needed to watch, record or stream programmes at the same time as they are shown on TV. This is the case whether you use a TV, laptop, games console, tablet, mobile phone, or any other device.

To arrange a refund, or for further information, simply visit: www.tvlicensing.co.uk/studentinfo, or call TV Licensing on 0300 790 6113.

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May 11, 2017

Glamlife News from SS News Application
Glamlife News from SS News Application
News for tag - unilife
» Extenuating Circumstances Claims Deadline: 23rd May 2017

The final date to submit Extenuating Circumstances claims for the 2016/17 academic session is 12.00 midday on Tuesday 23rd May 2017.

There may be a small number of courses exempt from this deadline. You can check with your Campus Advice Zone if you are not sure.

All claims must be made on the official extenuating circumstances form and must be supported by appropriate independent evidence. Incomplete claims or claims without evidence will not be accepted.

For further information and advice and to obtain the relevant forms please contact your Campus Advice Zone.

Any claims submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. Any student who believes that they have good reason for being unable to submit an extenuating circumstances claim prior to the deadline, can consider making an appeal through the Academic Appeals regulations to appeal against the decision of the assessment board.

You are strongly recommended to discuss the appeal process with your Campus Advice Zone.

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May 10, 2017

Glamlife News from SS News Application
Glamlife News from SS News Application
News for tag - unilife
» Higher Education Alcohol and Drug Survey (HEADS)

Would you like to take part in the Higher Education Alcohol and Drug Survey?

The HEADS Survey

HEADS is a survey of university students in Wales. The main aim is to understand more about alcohol and drug use within Higher Education. HEADS also aims to find out more about victimisation experiences, offending behaviour and gambling.

HEADS is anonymous and wholly voluntary. There is no obligation to take part, although we really hope that you will! It will take you no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Taking part will give you the chance to win an iPad, Amazon vouchers or high street shopping vouchers.

Please click here to take part in the HEADS survey.

Help With Alcohol And Drug Problems

If you have concerns about your own or a friend’s use of alcohol, use of drugs, or gambling,
please see the following UniLife pages:
Drugs and Substance Misuse
Gambling

Other sources of support are listed below:

DAN 24/7 (Wales Drug and Alcohol Helpline)
Tel: 08088082234; or text DAN to 81066; or go to http://www.dan247.org.uk/

The Living Room in Cardiff
(for support with gambling problems)
Tel: 029 2049 3895
Web: http://www.cais.co.uk/services/living-room-cardiff/

Gamblers Anonymous
Tel: 020 7384 3040 (calls charged at local rate)
Web: https://www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk/

Victim Support
Web: https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/help-and-support/get-help/support-near-you/wales
Tel: South Wales – 0300 303 0161
Tel: Gwent – 0300 123 2133
Tel: North Wales – 0300 30 30 159
Tel: Dyfed Powys – 0300 123 2996

More Information About The Survey

HEADS has been developed by researchers at the University of South Wales with the support of Welsh Government and the Developing a Caring Wales (DACW) consortium of drug and alcohol charities.

The survey company that holds the data is Smart Survey, which is based in the UK. The company is keen to preserve anonymity and ensures that not even the IP address of the respondent is held. The questions cover some personal issues and we assure you that there is no way that this information could be traced back to you or fall into the wrong hands. The survey is conducted by Professor Katy Holloway and Emeritus Professor Trevor Bennett from the Centre for Criminology at the University of South Wales in collaboration with Dr Rhian Hills from Welsh Government. The results will be presented in aggregated form and we plan to publish in academic peer-reviewed journals. The research has received ethical approval from the University of South Wales, Faculty of Business and Society Research Committee. If you have any queries about any aspect of HEADS, please contact us at headssurvey@southwales.ac.uk (May 2017).

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May 8, 2017

Glamlife News from SS News Application
Glamlife News from SS News Application
News for tag - unilife
» Love Where you Live: Get it Out for Cardiff!

Have you thought about what to do with your recycling and waste when you move out at the end of term? Leaving it on the pavement on move out day, without prior arrangement, could result in a Fixed Penalty Notice of up to £100.

The City of Cardiff Council can help.

Here are your options:

1. Think ahead! Recycling and food waste is collected every Wednesday and general waste every other week. There are two general waste collections in June:

Cathays Plasnewydd / Roath
Wednesday June 7th Wednesday June 14th
Wednesday June 21st Wednesday June 28th

Put your recycling and waste out no earlier than 4.30pm on Tuesday, and by 6am on collection day.

2. Before you pack up your car to leave, take a trip to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre on Wedal Road.

  • Using our recycling centres is free, but don’t forget – you will need ID (e.g. a tenancy agreement) to prove you are a resident.
  • Please note that you cannot use vans at Wedal Road. Vans can be used at the city’s other recycling sites but must be booked in advance by calling (029) 2087 2087.

3. Pay for an arranged collection

  • Pay for a one-off collection, any day of the week, from as little as £10.
  • Collections must be arranged in advance. To get a quote, call (029) 2087 2087 or email wheeliebin@cardiff.gov.uk

4. Use our free bulky waste collection service

  • Large or awkward recyclable household items such as beds, mattresses and white goods can be collected free of charge.
  • To arrange a collection, call (029) 2087 2087.

5. Give reusable items to charity at a Get it Out for Cardiff Green Zone Collection Point or YMCA re-use bank.

  • Collection Points and YMCA banks can accept reusable items such as clothes, small electrical items, books, DVDs/CDs.
  • Green Zones can also accept donations of unopened, in date food (tins/packets/jars), and kitchen items (plates/mugs/utensils/pans)

Cymraeg

Annog myfyrwyr i garu eu cartref a Gwaredu'r Gwastraff!

dych chi wedi ystyried beth fyddwch chi’n ei wneud gyda’ch gwastraff a’ch ailgylchu pan fyddwch yn symud allan ddiwedd y tymor? Os byddwch yn eu gadael ar y palmant ar y diwrnod yr ydych yn symud allan, a heb drefnu o flaen llaw i wneud hynny, gallech chi gael Hysbysiad Tâl Cosb o hyd at £100.

Gall Cyngor Dinas Caerdydd helpu.

Dyma’r opsiynau:

1. Blaengynlluniwch! Cesglir ailgylchu a gwastraff bob dydd Mercher a gwastraff cyffredinol bob yn ail wythnos. Ceir dau gasgliad gwastraff cyffredinol ym Mehefin:

Cathays Plasnewydd / Y Rhath
Dydd Mercher 7 Mehefin Dydd Mercher 14 Mehefin
Dydd Mercher 21 Mehefin Dydd Mercher 28 Mehefin

Rhowch eich ailgylchu a’ch gwastraff allan dim cynharach na 4.30pm dydd Mawrth, ac erbyn 6am ar ddiwrnod y casgliad.

2. Cyn i chi bacio eich car i adael, ewch i’r Ganolfan Ailgylchu Gwastraff y Cartref lleol ar Heol Wedal

  • Cewch ddefnyddio ein canolfannau ailgylchu am ddim, ond cofiwch – bydd angen ID arnoch (e.e. cytundeb tenantiaeth) i brofi eich bod yn breswylydd.
  • Ni allwch ddefnyddio faniau yn Wedal Road. Gallwch ddefnyddio safleoedd ailgylchu eraill y ddinas ond rhaid i chi drefnu hyn ymlaen llaw trwy ffonio (029) 2087 2088.

3. Talu am gasgliad wedi’i drefnu

  • Talwch gyn lleied â £10 am gasgliad un tro, unrhyw ddiwrnod o’r wythnos.
  • Rhaid trefnu casgliadau o flaen llaw. I gael dyfynbris, ffoniwch (029) 2087 2088* neu e-bostiwch biniauolwynion@caerdydd.gov.uk

4. Defnyddiwch ein gwasanaeth casglu gwastraff swmpus am ddim

  • Gellir casglu eitemau mawr neu anodd eu trin y cartref sy’n ailgylchadwy megis gwelyau, matresi a pheiriannau’r gegin am ddim.
  • I drefnu casgliad, ffoniwch (029) 2087 2088.

5. Rhowch eitemau y gellir eu hailddefnyddio i elusen mewn Man Casglu Gwyrdd Gwaredu’r Gwastraff neu fanc ailddefnyddio YMCA.

  • Gall mannau casglu a banciau YMCA dderbyn eitemau y gellir eu hailddefnyddio fel dillad, eitemau trydanol bach, llyfrau, DVDs/CDs.
  • Gall mannau gwyrdd hefyd dderbyn rhoddion o fwyd o fewn dyddiad heb eu hagor (tuniau/pacedi/jariau), ac eitemau cegin (platiau/mygiau/cyllyll a ffyrc ac ati/padelli)

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