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Discover our events, drop-ins and training sessions designed to support you with your studies, teaching and research.

 

Check back regularly as more sessions are added all the time.

You can also request one-to-one sessions with the Student Academic Skills team and browse sessions for researchers.

There are 19 events taking place this week
Tuesday 25th January 2022

Bitesize Study Chat: Collecting and organising resources for an open book exam (Arts and Social Sciences)

Date
25/01/2022 (10:30-11:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
In this bitesize study chat, the Student Academic Skills team will explore the topic of organising resources for open book exams.

Bitesize Study Chat: Critical thinking and argument for your exams (Arts and Social Sciences)

Date
25/01/2022 (11:30-12:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
In this bitesize study chat, the Student Academic Skills team will explore applying critical thinking and argument in exams.

Bitesize Study Chat: Collecting and organising resources for an open book exams (STEM)

Date
25/01/2022 (11:30-12:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Join the Student Academic Skills team to explore collecting and organising resources for an open book exam. Suitable for all students in the Science, Engineering and Medicine and Health Sciences.

Bitesize Study Chat: Answering the exam question (STEM)

Date
25/01/2022 (12:00-12:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Whether you need to write a short answer or a long one, this 30 minute session covers how to analyse the question, brainstorm an outline answer, and create a logical order to write from.

Ask Libraries: Studying Effectively – Exams and Submissions

Date
25/01/2022 (13:00-14:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Join this webinar for a short tour of the online resources available to help you make the most of your teaching and study time.

Archaeology NOW: Embroidery and its context in the British Isles and Ireland during the Early Medieval Period

Date
25/01/2022 (13:00-14:00)
Location:
University of Nottingham Musem
Description
This talk will introduce you to the exciting world of early medieval embroidery in what is now England, its evolution, and how it became an integrated form of material culture that was ranked alongside, now more famous, metalwork and sculpture.

Bitesize Study Chat: Structuring your writing for open book exams (Arts and Social Sciences)

Date
25/01/2022 (14:00-14:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Join the Student Academic Skills team to explore writing for exams in this bitesize session.

Bitesize Study Chat: Structuring your writing (STEM)

Date
25/01/2022 (14:30-15:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
This 30-minute session gives you a model to use when creating a balance in your writing. It considers the meaning of the 'instruction' words and demonstrates how a knowledge of these can help you allocate your word count effectively.

Bitesize Study Chat: Criticality and argument in exam writing (STEM)

Date
25/01/2022 (15:30-16:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
This 30-minute session defines criticality and argument and shows you how to use theories and models to ensure you're including them in your writing.
Wednesday 26th January 2022

Ask Libraries: Discover our resources

Date
26/01/2022 (11:00-12:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Join our online sessions to find out more about the resources available within Libraries including visiting libraries to find books, using our library catalogue NUsearch and what to do if the library doesn't have the resource that you need.
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