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Good HTML etiquette – the accessible link

Still with me for Part Three? Huzzah. Hopefully, you have all had a little bit of a practice with everything we’ve talked about so far. Part One – why HTML? Part Two – the building blocks of HTML With the … Continue reading

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The building blocks of HTML

So after reading part one we have decided to give this HTML thing a go. What next? First, we need to learn a little bit of new terminology, and I am going back to complete basics here. What is HTML? … Continue reading

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HTML for blogging and normal people

This is going to be a multi-part series, which will be updated over the next couple of days. Part one: Why bother with HTML at all? Part two: The building blocks of HTML Part three: Good HTML etiquette (the accessible … Continue reading

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Is a Publishing MA right for me?

A Publishing MA can be a big boost to your CV, due to the technical and theoretical knowledge it can give you, as well as the practical work experience you will gain. It is by no means a prerequisite for … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Achieve Your Career Goals in 2018

The beginning of a new year is a good time to reassess where you are in your career and where you would like to be. This is the first stage of achieving your career goals. As we begin 2018, start … Continue reading

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Galley Club Christmas party

The Galley Club Members’ late Christmas Party Wednesday, 10 January 2018; 6:30pm onwards at The Water Rats, Gray’s Inn Road, King’s Cross. Booking can be made via our party organiser, Moira Ashcroft <mrashcroft@hotmail.com>, and payment can be made directly to our account. … Continue reading

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CV Tips – Do’s and Don’ts

Working in recruitment, we look at a LOT of CVs. One thing that can help or hinder a candidate is how they’ve laid out their CV – we try to look past the structure to the content, but this is … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learnt from working at Atwood Tate as Administrator & Social Media Coordinator

What I’ve Learnt working as Administrator & Social Media Coordinator at Atwood Tate In July 2016 I joined Atwood Tate as a maternity cover Administrator. In October I was made permanent as the Administrator and Social Media Coordinator. Sadly I … Continue reading

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Stand Up For Science: Why STM Publishing in April is all about March?

Today we have a guest post from STM publishing professional, Emma Williams. After completing an MA in Publishing at the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies (OICPS) Emma began her career in STM Publishing almost 7 years ago at Elsevier, … Continue reading

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How to use LinkedIn to get a Job

How to use LinkedIn to get a Job LinkedIn is a professional social media site, with over 225 million users, which is a great place to start when beginning a job search. Whilst not social in the sense of funny … Continue reading

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