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This page provides information for staff about the ways in which the Library can support your students.
The Library Academic Support Team Librarians and Academic Skills Tutors can help your students develop their academic and professional skills. The team will work with you to tailor the teaching to the needs of your course, within the specific subject area and linked to learning outcomes.
Digital and information literacy teaching
Your Academic Librarian can provide teaching including:
Developing search strategies
Navigating specialist resources
Referencing and avoiding plagiarism
Academic Communication, IT and Maths/Statistics teaching
Tackling different types of academic assignments
Strategies for reading and making notes
Statistical analysis - including use of SPSS
Using Microsoft Office software
Academic Librarians and Academic Skills Tutors will arrange combined sessions where appropriate.
Embedding these teaching sessions in your curriculum allows the students to contextualise academic skills within their course content, helping them to apply what they have learnt to discussions and assignments.
See our Academic Skills Prospectus for further details about in-curriculum sessions.
To request an in-curriculum session for your students, please complete our online request form.
The Offsite team in the Library offers the following to students:
Postal loan service within Europe
Scanning of book chapters
Scanning of journal articles in print
Help with library account procedures
Distance learners are encouraged to contact their Academic Librarian about any help or support they need. We are happy to communicate with students by email, phone or online as appropriate.
Disabled and Dyslexic Students
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Page last updated: 23/08/2019