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  • Pronunciation: understanding your lecturers

    Date: 25 January 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop will focus on understanding connected speech, one of the features of spoken English that can cause confusion for listeners.

  • Taking part in discussions

    Date: 26 January 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    Are group discussions part of your course? What are you expected to do and what type of language is required? This workshop will clarify the purpose of these discussions and help you to practise the language you need to participate effectively.

  • How to put your reading into your writing

    Date: 27 January 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop will help you to learn how to incorporate themes and ideas from multiple sources into your own work.

  • Meet your HAS librarians

    Date: 27 January 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate

    Discover what the library has to offer. Meet your friendly library team and find out how we can support you in your studies.

  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 28 January 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop looks at what is meant by critical writing and provides an opportunity to review an example of student writing.

  • Advanced Westlaw Certification Workshop (for Law students only)

    Date: 28 January 2021
    Venue: Online (book via Infohub)

    A two-hour workshop to help you to make the best use of Westlaw Edge UK, one of the leading law databases and essential to legal studies at UWE Bristol.
  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 28 January 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop looks at what is meant by critical writing and provides an opportunity to review an example of student writing.

  • How to plan and structure your writing

    Date: 02 February 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop looks at what written assignments are asking you to do and how to go about planning and structuring your response.

  • Understanding new vocabulary in your reading

    Date: 03 February 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via Infohub)

    This workshop will help you to learn strategies to improve your understanding of the vocabulary used in reading materials, and will give you some practice writing new words in meaningful sentences.

  • Pronunciation: Sounds

    Date: 04 February 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop gives students the opportunity to identify, practise and check some of the different sounds of English, including the most common sound and when it is used.

  • How to reference and avoid plagiarism

    Date: 05 February 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via Infohub)

    This workshop explores key concepts around academic integrity and offers practice in identifying effective paraphrasing, citing and referencing.

  • PAL Resilient U: Managing mental health and wellbeing

    Date: 08 February 2021
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    How can you manage stress more effectively? How can you fundamentally change the way you think about yourself and your abilities?

    These workshops offer a proactive approach to managing challenges and increasing your personal resilience. Explore evidence-based theories, strategies and tools to apply these skills of resilience in a context relevant to you.

    Open to all students, you are welcome to join any of the sessions in the series.

  • How to put your reading into your writing

    Date: 08 February 2021
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate (book via InfoHub)

    This workshop will help you to learn how to incorporate themes and ideas from multiple sources into your own work.

  • PAL: Managing your time effectively and dealing with multiple modules (for Law students only)

    Date: 08 February 2021
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    FBL Academic Success Centre PAL workshop open to Law students in any year of study. Join our student PAL Leader for an interactive online study skills session - in a friendly and collaborative learning environment.

  • PAL Resilient U: Managing mental health and wellbeing

    Date: 10 February 2021
    Venue: Online via MS Teams (book via Infohub)

    How can you manage stress more effectively? How can you fundamentally change the way you think about yourself and your abilities?

    These workshops offer a proactive approach to managing challenges and increasing your personal resilience. Explore evidence-based theories, strategies and tools to apply these skills of resilience in a context relevant to you.

    Open to all students, you are welcome to join any of the sessions in the series.

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