The Learning Development Team provides the Skills@Library service for taught students at the University of Leeds. Based in Laidlaw Library, the team offers a range of ways to improve academic skills: through online resources, workshops and one to one support. The service operates throughout the academic year.
See a sample of the services and support Skills@Library offer students and staff.
How we can help
The Skills@Library service is offered to undergraduates and taught postgraduates (Masters courses). The support topics cover a full range of academic skills, including writing essays, delivering presentations, revision, critical thinking, academic writing, note taking, maths and searching for the right information.
Contact the Learning Development Team to make an appointment, book onto a workshop, send feedback or to make an enquiry.
The Learning Development Team also works with academic and teaching staff to provide in-curriculum academic skills support. This includes providing lectures and workshops to support particular programmes of study.
Amy Allhouse – English; History; Medieval Studies; PRHS; IDEA – firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Bedford – LUBS – email@example.com
Sunny Dhillon – Chemistry; Mathematics; Physics; Food Science – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kasia Drozdziak – Earth & Environment; Geography, Transport Studies – email@example.com
Anika Easy – Computing; Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jiani Liu – Languages, Cultures & Societies – email@example.com
Rachel Myers – Biological Sciences – firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Newton – Social Sciences – email@example.com
Simon Robinson – Dentistry; Healthcare; Psychology – firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Schneider – Design; Fine Art; Media & Comms; Music; PCI – email@example.com
Emily Wheeler – Medicine – firstname.lastname@example.org