Three wise librarians came bearing gifts. They offered the students gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh…
Skills for Study has undergone a fantastic new update, which will make it easier for you to access modules, downloadable resources, handy videos and your journal submissions. For more details on the exciting new updates, modules available and registration for the free resource, check out our blog here. Please do not visit Skills4Study (old domain) if you are a new user.
This update means the old Skills4StudyCampus site will soon be closing at the end of February and any progression and or journal submissions will soon disappear.
If you need to keep your progression data or journal submissions for your programme or for personal record, please follow the instructions below before Sunday 28th February 2021.
MacMillan Skills For Study offers a range of modules to help you develop all the skills you need to make your time at University a success. It’s had a complete makeover and it’s now better than ever, so there’s never been a better time to make a start!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Harvard, assessment time is here. Read our seasonal guide to referencing, you’ll be surprised at what exactly you can cite in your Christmas bibliography.
In this blog post we are going to give you some top tips to prepare for take-home exams.
Congratulations! You’ve survived the start of the academic year. Considering the impact that the current situation has had on our lives, this is a major achievement, and you should be proud of yourself. As we head towards Academic Development Week and into the second half of Semester One you might want to take stock of how your learning is progressing. Take time to reflect on whether there are any skills you’d like to develop further to ensure you’re prepared for your first or next batch of assessments. The Learning Skills Team are here to support you, and we’ve recommended a few quick activities for you to explore during Academic Development Week.