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  • Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? (Bite Sized)

    Date: 20 November 2018
    Venue: Library Foyer, Frenchay Campus

    How can we know the information we use is trustworthy? Verifiable? This five-to-ten minute session will give you five tips to start building your critical analysis for university and beyond.

  • Library support drop-in session

    Date: 20 November 2018
    Venue: Room 2D90 (Library), Frenchay campus

    Drop in to Frenchay Library to chat with a member of the library support team. We can talk to you about a range of additional library services available to help you with your studies.

  • Quaker worship

    Date: 20 November 2018
    Venue: Quiet Room, UWE Community Hub, Frenchay Campus

    The Quaker meeting is an opportunity for shared silence in the Quaker tradition and is open to those of all faiths and none. All welcome!

  • Seminar skills

    Date: 20 November 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    What is a seminar? What are you expected to do and what type of language is required? This session will clarify the purpose of a seminar and help you to practise the language you need to participate effectively.

  • The definite and indefinite articles ('the' and 'a/an')

    Date: 20 November 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    This workshop examines the use of the articles in academic writing. Examples and exercises will be used in this hands-on session.

  • Workshop: How to put your reading into your writing

    Date: 20 November 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

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

  • RiverBlue free film showing

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: 2D07 (former Scene-it cinema)

    Can fashion save the planet? Through awareness, we evolve.

  • Punctuation matters

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: Room 5X106, Frenchay Campus

    Should a dash be used in an academic essay? What is the difference between a dash and a hyphen? What is the Oxford comma? Misuse of punctuation marks can have serious consequences. Some humorous examples of these consequences are used in this revision of punctuation.

  • Understanding phrasal verbs

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24, Library, Frenchay Campus

    Phrasal verbs are a big part of speaking English naturally. Come along to this interactive session to pick up tips for learning and using phrasal verbs like a pro.

  • Workshop: How to improve your critical writing

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay Campus

    Learn how to build an argument and develop an appropriate 'voice'.

    This will be useful if you are undertaking postgraduate study or if you have been told that you need to be more critical in your writing. This workshop will be suitable for Level 3 and postgraduate students.

  • Law Fair

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: Room (to be confirmed), Frenchay Campus

    Are you interested in a career in the legal profession? If so, this event is for you.

  • Financial Capability module - workshop one

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: X Block, Frenchay Campus

    Workshop one of the Financial Capability module will cover attitude to money, knowing your financial products and completing your personal budget.

  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 21 November 2018
    Venue: Room 2D09 (Library), Glenside Campus

    Workshop: Learn how to make your writing less descriptive and more critical. This workshop is suitable for Level 1 and 2 students.

  • Improve your pronunciation 1: Sounds

    Date: 22 November 2018
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Library), Frenchay campus

    What is the most common sound in English and why don't you understand what people are sometimes saying? Come along to this interactive, fun class to improve your communication skills.

  • Workshop: How to improve your critical writing

    Date: 22 November 2018
    Venue: Room 3AF013, City Campus at Arnolfini

    Workshop: Learn how to build an argument and develop an appropriate “voice”.

    This will be useful if you are undertaking postgraduate study or if you have been told that you need to be more critical in your writing. This workshop will be suitable for Level 3 and postgraduate students.

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