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Thursday, 19 July 2012

Personal training @ QMU Sports

Whatever your goals, let Dougie Gair PT set you on your way......

Whether its losing weight, gaining muscle, or just general fitness, I will customise a training program to your specific needs and give you the direction and motivation to achieve your fitness goals. Every client is individual in their own way, and every client requires there own individual program to meet their goals. What I do is take your individual requirements into consideration to develop a program which is right for you. Training will only take place with me, ensuring that you are working on a one-on-one basis throughout your sessions, which allows you to focus on you, and me to focus on your results.

Call or email now for more information, and take the first step on the road to a fitter, better you.

www.dougiegairpt.co.uk

Thursday, 26 April 2012

Teen Gym @ QMU Sports

Over the Easter holidays, QMU Sports trialled a new “Teen Gym” aimed at teenagers aged 12-15 who are interested in fitness. We are pleased to report that the trial was a huge success with around 30 kids taking advantage of our special Easter offer.

We are now working feverishly to make “Teen Gym” a regular occurrence throughout the year and are already looking forward to it taking off again during the summer holidays.

Further news regarding this will be released shortly. In the meantime, if you have any queries regarding this, please contact sportsreception@qmu.ac.uk

Personal training @ QMU Sports

Training for the latest race? Looking to get that Beach Body for Summer?

Just looking to kick start your fitness regime? Personal Training is available right here at QMU Sports. Staff and Students alike are already taking advantage of this during lunch breaks, class breaks and at the end of the day. Will you be next??

Get in touch with Dougie (dgair@qmu.ac.uk) or Derek (dbruce@qmu.ac.uk) for more information.

“Commit to get fit with QMU Sports”

Thursday, 5 April 2012

New Ebook trial

The LRC is currently trialling a collection of 52 e-textbooks from the medical publisher Thieme. Subject areas included are anatomy, basic science, clinical science and radiology.

Access is via our trial database page at http://www.qmu.ac.uk/lb/TrialDatabases.htm or direct at http://ebooks.thieme.com/bookshelf . Off campus access requires the use of the remote desktop service.

The trial will last until 31st May and as always your feedback would be welcomed either by your Liaison Librarian or Barbara Houston, Technical Services Manager.

Academic timetable planning

The timetable data collection process for the 2012/2013 timetable is now active. Staff who are responsible for module structures must ensure that accurate and complete data is captured and/or verified by the Space Management team before 11 May, to allow the publication of a final timetable by the start of June.

Further information and guidance on the data formats and process to arrange a meeting can be found on the relevant section of the Space Management intranet site.

Monday, 19 March 2012

Now add as little as £1.00 onto your Smartcard via PayPal @ http://apps.qmu.ac.uk/cashless/AddFunds.aspx & be automatically entered into March’s prize draw.

The prize draw is open to all PayPal users on campus.

Thursday, 15 March 2012

Getting to know the new MFDs



QMU staff enjoyed a hands-on session with our new multi-function devices today. The devices are due to be deployed in May.

There is another opportunity to drop in and experience the new equipment again today March 15) in room 2-092.

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

New MFDs to be introduced

IS have been working towards replacing the current Multi-Functional fleet over the last year.

The aim of the project was to ensure that QMUs print strategy was met whilst offering users increased functionality at a competitive cost.

IS have been working to ensure that the new hardware meets your requirements. This has involved staff feedback sessions and configuring trials of the device within the University to allow for a comprehensive live test and to gather user feedback.

Watch out for some initial launch sessions in the next few weeks.

In the forthcoming weeks we will be emailing details of staff training and the proposed MFD roll-out whilst publishing all details on the Printing intranet site.

Staff can raise any queries or issues through mfd@qmu.ac.uk.