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  • Emotional resilience 'Off the Record': making friends with stress

    Date: 09 March 2018
    Venue: The Students' Union Meeting Room 1, Frenchay Campus

    This free interactive session helps students to better deal with stress and learn ways of using it positively. We do activities on topics like, what stresses people out, how stress manifests in us, how we each deal with stressful times, breathing/meditation techniques, gratitude etc.

  • How to make notes from your reading and lectures

    Date: 12 March 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    In this workshop you will learn strategies for selecting what to read and how to take useful notes when reading and listening.

  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 13 March 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    Learn how to make your writing less descriptive and more critical. This workshop will be suitable for Levels 1 and 2 students.

  • How to plan and structure your writing

    Date: 13 March 2018
    Venue: Room AW110, Gloucester Campus

    In this workshop you will learn how to understand your assignment title and how to plan and structure an academic assignment.

  • OSCOLA workshop for referencing legal materials

    Date: 13 March 2018
    Venue: Room 4D26 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    OSCOLA: An introduction to legal citation workshop.

  • Financial Capability module: workshop two

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Room 5X108, Bristol Business School building, Frenchay Campus

    Workshop two of the Financial Capability module will cover maximising income: claiming tax back and help with health costs, tenancy agreements and household costs and bills.

  • Bite-sized: Wikipedia - fact or fiction?

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Library foyer (level 2), Frenchay Campus

    Bite-sized sessions are ten minutes long and offer you information on skills and tips that will help you succeed at University and in employment.

  • Bite-sized: Wikipedia - fact or fiction?

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Library foyer (level 2), Frenchay Campus

    Bite-sized sessions are ten minutes long and offer you information on skills and tips that will help you succeed at University and in employment.

  • Bite-sized: Emotional resilience

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Frenchay Campus Library foyer (level 2)

    Bite-sized sessions are ten minutes long and offer you information on skills and tips that will help you succeed at University and in employment.

  • Bite-sized: Emotional resilience

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Frenchay Campus Library foyer (level 2)

    Bite-sized sessions are ten minutes long and offer you information on skills and tips that will help you succeed at University and in employment.

  • PAL (Peer Assisted Learning): emotional resilience

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Room 3D42 (PAL Zone, Library), Frenchay Campus

    These are sessions to help students with the stresses of general life at university. This includes such topics as: mindfulness meditations, key skills for being resilient, the biology of panic attacks and so on.

  • How to put your reading into your writing

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Room 2D09, Glenside Campus

    Workshop: Learn how to incorporate themes and ideas from multiple sources into your own work.

  • Postgraduate writing for dissertations: literature reviews

    Date: 14 March 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    This session will cover the main areas involved in the writing of a literature review.

  • How to plan and structure your writing

    Date: 15 March 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    In this workshop you will learn how to understand your assignment title and how to plan and structure an academic assignment.

  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 15 March 2018
    Venue: Room OEB002, City Campus - Bower Ashton Studios

    Learn how to make your writing less descriptive and more critical. This workshop will be suitable for Levels 1 and 2 students.

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