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Resources and guidance on developing your academic skills.
Last Updated: Jul 15, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Inclusive Learning and Teaching

Inclusive learning and teaching means flexible academic practices that aim to meet the needs of all learners. The key resources identified in the following link provide information and practical guidance to help you minimise potential barriers to learning that can be experienced by disabled students and those with specific learning difficulties.

Study Support - How we can help

Here you will find study skills information including links to online resources, printable guides and details of workshops and drop-in sessions.

provided by: Study Support Service (part of Student Services)

You will find some more useful information on the Good Academic Practice guide, which helps you to understand the problems of plagiarism, and how to avoid it.

skills4studycampus is an interactive e-learning resource, focusing on the core study skills you’ll need for success on your course, which have been adapted from The Study Skills Handbook by Stella Cottrell.  It offers you a stimulating mix of activities, practice and reflection to help you learn, develop and accelerate your study skills!

Workshops and Drop-in Sessions


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