Learning Development Tutors work with students of all levels: Diploma, Foundation, Degree, Masters and PhD, to facilitate their academic and creative development. Working closely with course tutors and librarians, they enable students to engage with the specific language and skills that are required on their courses.
We can help with:
•time management, project planning & organisational skills
•reading and note-taking
•understanding assignments and assignment writing
•discussing your work with lecturers and other students
•using a reflective sketchbook or journal for idea development
•the use of language in your creative work and practice
•academic integrity and practices (appropriate use of research and referencing)
•getting the most from lectures, seminars, tutorials and professional experience
•meet with you for a one-to-one tutorial
•set up small group tutorials for you and other students on your course
•arrange course specific workshops on a particular topic
•help you address language and communication issues on your course
Whether you are a first language speaker of English or not, or are simply new to a university environment, the team can assist you to communicate effectively and creatively in your chosen field.
To make an appointment with the Learning Development Tutor on your campus please email us, or ask at the Library and Student Services desk.
Learning Development Tutors