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Wellbeing Collection: Useful resources


Useful resources we recommend

Did you know, as part of the Westminster community, you can access a wealth of free Wellbeing themed recordings (TV & radio) and online training sessions via Library Search. You can follow these at your own pace. 

Below are some of the resources we have for you as well as authors with great practical advice and blogs to discover.

LinkedIn Learning supporting Wellbeing

LinkedIn Learning contains a huge range of video tutorials supporting learning in software, technology, creative and business skills but also some aspects of Wellbeing (i.e: mindfulness, meditation, stress management, etc).

We've handpicked a few courses with ideas, tips and advice for enhancing your health and wellbeing! Try one that might be of interest to you, they are not in order of importance or meaning.

Access is free to all University of Westminster staff and currently enrolled students.

Enjoy and happy learning!

Wellbeing Authors online

BoB Playlist

BOB playlist image

We have created a Wellbeing playlist on BoB: Box of Broadcasts  

On demand TV and radio for education, with an archive of over 2 million TV and radio broadcasts.

You will need to login to BoB to view the playlist

  • Sign in via Library Search

  • Select University of Westminster in the Where are you from? box and click on Go

  • Log in with your University username and password.

Resources examining racial bias, systemic racism and anti-racism

This list of materials, initially compiled by Zahra Saleh and developed by Library staff provides resources and materials into black history, literature and experience. It's a work in progress and a collaborative project 

Dedicated reading list of resources examining racial bias, systematic racism and anti-racism


PressReader gives unlimited access to over 7,000 premium newspapers and magazines.

Covering categories including, health & fitness, crafts & hobbies, food & drink, outdoors, photography, sports, travel & culture

You can access PressReader via Library Search - just search pressreader, or alternatively select the title from the e-resources A-Z list

Feeling Good app

Every Mind Matters

We are providing free access to a positive mental wellbeing app that will accompany you through your student journey. Listening to the app can help relax and calm your mind and body so that you can let go of worries and sleep better.

Why not try the Feeling Good App today?