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*NEW* Book Your Own One-to-Ones

*NEW* Book Your Own One-to-Ones

The Library teams are here to help you understand university-level learning and assessment, and to support you in fulfilling your potential in your degree programme and beyond.​ From 27th June you can access individual support more easily than ever before by booking your own one-to-one appointments. 

Using our new appointment booking system you are able to choose the style of appointment that suits your needs and select a time that is most convenient for you. You can meet with the Liaison or Academic Skills Team in person or online using Zoom. 

Liaison Team

A one-to-one with your Liaison Team will help you develop your skills in finding, evaluating and managing information. We can advise on improving your information search plan and where to look for information for your studies. If you would value some help finding good quality information for a literature review or project, would appreciate some advice on how to reference in the style recommended by your school, or want to explore the range of information resources available from the Library for your subject, then it is an appointment with the Liaison Team that you should book.  

Academic Skills Team

An Academic Skills One-to-One lasts for up to 50 minutes, and gives you the opportunity to discuss your work in detail. A One-to-One Express appointment last for 20 minutes, and is ideal for focused questions and figuring out your next steps. 

Select a one-to-one appointment with the Academic Skills Team for help with:

  • Academic and research skills - critical thinking, revision and exam technique, time management, reading and note-taking, planning and structuring your work​​
  • Assessment and feedback - understanding your assignment brief, interpreting essay questions, marking criteria and expectations, using feedback to improve
  • Academic writing -  academic language and style, finding your voice, the writing process from first draft to final edit.

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