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Enabling Services: Returning to Study

For: Date: Time: Location: Students returning to study after a break that are engaged with Enabling Services
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
14:00 - 15:00
Hartley Library Room 4073
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Designed for students with a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, who are returning to study after having a break. This workshop will provide you with advice and techniques for managing and organising your time, maximising opportunities for networking and socialising and understanding your assignment brief. It will also provide you with details of the support available to you from Enabling Services, whilst studying at University. This is a small group workshop, aimed at students with a specific learning difficulty, such as Dyslexia..

Enabling Services: Introduction to Study Skills Part B: Critical Reading and Thinking

For: Date: Time: Location: Students Engaged with Enabling Services
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
14:00 - 15:00
Hartley Library Room 4073
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Designed for students with a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, this workshop is designed to help you maximize the critical content within an assignment. We will discuss critical thinking, what it is and why it is important. We will demonstrate active and critical reading strategies to help reduce your workload by helping you get what you need from text in a way that is efficient, reducing the need to go back and re-read text multiple times. There will be opportunities to ask questions related to your own work and share experiences with others, in a small, informal group setting. This is part of a series of small group workshops, aimed at students with a specific learning difficulty, such as Dyslexia. Students may choose to attend Parts A, B and C, however there is no requirement to attend all three sessions.

Enabling Services: Introduction to Study Skills Part C: Developing and Academic Style

For: Date: Time: Location: Students Engaged with Enabling Services
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
14:00 - 15:00
Hartley Library Room 4073
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Designed for students with a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, this workshop is designed to review the academic essay structure and writing style. We will provide advice and basic guidelines on sentence length and content, together with paragraph structure in academic writing. We will demonstrate editing and proof reading strategies such as ‘Reverse Outline.’ There will be opportunities to ask questions related to your own work and share experiences with others, in a small, informal group setting. This is part of a series of small group workshops, aimed at students with a specific learning difficulty, such as Dyslexia. Students may choose to attend Parts A, B and C, however there is no requirement to attend all three sessions .

Enabling Services: Returning to Study

For: Date: Time: Location: Students returning to study after a break that are engaged with Enabling Services
Wednesday, November 06, 2019
14:00 - 15:00
Hartley Library Room 4073
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Designed for students with a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, who are returning to study after having a break. This workshop will provide you with advice and techniques for managing and organising your time, maximising opportunities for networking and socialising and understanding your assignment brief. It will also provide you with details of the support available to you from Enabling Services, whilst studying at University. This is a small group workshop, aimed at students with a specific learning difficulty, such as Dyslexia..

Referencing and avoiding plagiarism

For: Date: Time: Location: All
Thursday, November 07, 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Hartley Library Training Room 4077
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In academic writing it is essential that you acknowledge the sources of your information and ideas, both in your text through in-text citations and in a bibliography or reference list at the end of your work. This session covers the basics of referencing; what it is, why you should do it and which style you should be using. Examples given use a variety of styles including the Harvard style. There will be time for questions and to practice what you have learnt via some short activities within the session.

Referencing and avoiding plagiarism

For: Date: Time: Location: All
Friday, November 22, 2019
13:00 - 14:00
Hartley Library Training Room 4075
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In academic writing it is essential that you acknowledge the sources of your information and ideas, both in your text through in-text citations and in a bibliography or reference list at the end of your work. This session covers the basics of referencing; what it is, why you should do it and which style you should be using. Examples given use a variety of styles including the Harvard style. There will be time for questions and to practice what you have learnt via some short activities within the session.

Referencing and avoiding plagiarism

For: Date: Time: Location: All
Thursday, November 28, 2019
13:00 - 14:00
Hartley Library Training Room 4077
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In academic writing it is essential that you acknowledge the sources of your information and ideas, both in your text through in-text citations and in a bibliography or reference list at the end of your work. This session covers the basics of referencing; what it is, why you should do it and which style you should be using. Examples given use a variety of styles including the Harvard style. There will be time for questions and to practice what you have learnt via some short activities within the session.

Referencing and avoiding plagiarism

For: Date: Time: Location: All
Thursday, December 05, 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Hartley Library Training Room 4077
Book Now

In academic writing it is essential that you acknowledge the sources of your information and ideas, both in your text through in-text citations and in a bibliography or reference list at the end of your work. This session covers the basics of referencing; what it is, why you should do it and which style you should be using. Examples given use a variety of styles including the Harvard style. There will be time for questions and to practice what you have learnt via some short activities within the session.