Skills@Library supports taught students to develop academic skills, within the curriculum and through online resources, workshops, 1-2-1 consultations and drop-in sessions.
- Study and research support
- Academic skills
New digital capabilities resources
Our digital capabilities resources will help you make the most of your study and contact time to become an effective online learner.
Use the Jisc Discovery Tool to assess your own capabilities and then dive into the resources to develop the skills that are most important to you.
Take your learning to the next level with Skills@Library. We help taught students to develop academic skills online and in person.
Struggling to write that essay? Not sure on how to write a report? Skills@Library can help you to complete your assignments.
Skills development at University
Whatever stage you’re at in your University journey, Skills@Library can help you to identify, develop and refine the academic skills you need.
Get off to a Flying Start! Find out about the skills you need at university and how it differs from what you’ve done before.More on First year
Step up to second year. Build on the skills you developed at first year and get to grips with the study techniques for second year success.More on Second year
Tackle your final year project or dissertation. Our comprehensive guide takes you through all the stages of your Final Chapter at university.More on Final year
Step up to Masters and equip yourself with the academic skills you need to progress to postgraduate level.More on Masters
Skills@Library provide tailored sessions within the curriculum to support particular programmes of study. Find out what resources are available for you to use within lectures, online and in the virtual learning environment to support your students.
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