Oxford is one of the most culturally rich areas of Britain and is of course renowned for its quality education and university. Therefore this blog will examine the best ways to use your PC to study and practice for tests. There are a great many ways you can hire a PC in Oxford and use it for educational purposes. Here is a little bit of advice with that in mind.
Firstly, you’ll almost certainly need an internet connection. This is because you’ll want to get online for a multitude of reasons. You’ll chiefly be looking at sites for references and research (try not to get everything from Wikipedia) Google Books is a brilliant resource and thousands upon thousands of titles are available on there. What’s more there is a vast array of forums and social media sites on which you can discuss your chosen topic and meet like minded people, The Student Room is particularly popular.
Secondly and quite obviously you will need the right software. First and foremost you will need a decent word processor. The most popular of these is of course Microsoft Word. Most PCs will come equipped with at least a basic or ‘starter’ version of the program. Depending on your subject you shouldn’t need anything more complicated to create essays, graphs and documents.
Lastly, you can utilise your PC to optimise, create and give presentations. Using software such as PowerPoint you can create great presentations. Programs such as Photoshop, Adobe Premiere and Soundbooth can also help you to edit and create media to work into your presentation.