Have you got the SKILLS to succeed this assessment season?
We've got you!
It’s assessment season, and everyone is trying to stay on top of their schedules.
But please don’t worry, our Skills for Learning team are here to help you to develop more effective approaches to your studies and assessments.
Want a hand with time management? Watch our short video tutorial for some top tips!
If you’ve been struggling to adapt to digital learning during covid - we now offer support with developing your digital study skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams and Canvas. Join our weekly workshops and drop-in sessions for studying online.
You may also be preparing for resubmissions of work. Some of the most common feedback we hear from tutors is that students struggle to paraphrase effectively, don’t use a critical voice in their writing, and use citations incorrectly.
Here's a sample of upcoming Workshops
- Thursday, 6 May, 10.30 am – 12 midday: Introduction to reflective writing
- Thursday, 6 May, 2.30 pm - 4 pm: Introduction to critical thinking
- Friday, 7 May, 9.30 am – 11 am: Finding academic information
- Friday, 7 May, 2.30 pm - 4 pm: Basic writing skills
- Saturday, 8 May, 10.30 am – 12 midday: Introduction to critical thinking
Your feedback matters
We receive lots of positive feedback from students who tell us that Skills for Learning support has helped them to feel more confident with their studies and do well in their assignments.
“It was very informative and I felt very confident and optimistic afterwards.”
“It helps me with my everyday learning and gives me confidence to do the University tasks, essays and assignments.”
“The support they gave is fantastic, as they explain the topic of the workshop in detail. As well as giving tips of what things you should be aware of when writing academically at university level.”
Get in touch!
If you have a question or need more support contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a 1-2-1 appointment. We’d also like to hear from you if you want to recommend a new workshop topic.
And don’t forget, for general queries about using the library or finding resources, you can use our instant chat service ASSIST, any time 24/7 - just click on the "Ask the Library" widget - from any library webpage to talk to our friendly library staff.
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