Next assignment due? Are you putting it off?

correcting-1870721__340Starting a new piece of written work can sometimes be quite daunting. One of the most important stages is to develop a clear assignment plan.

You might find a printable chart a useful tool to help you on your way. The Bridge website has an editable Word document (along with tips for using it). Just look under Resources where you’ll find loads more top tips and guides.

Alternatively  why not come along to an Assignment Planning Forum?

Collegiate – Friday 20th Jan 9am

Adsetts – Tuesday 24th Jan 10am

The forums are designed to help you get started with a new assignment. These informal, small group sessions will allow you to test out your initial ideas & approaches, and help you to generate your draft assignment plan, all under the guidance of the Academic Skills Tutor.

All you need to do is to bring along your assignment question & assessment criteria on a USB stick and you will have the opportunity to discuss your initial ideas with the other participants and the tutor.

The sessions are bookable on Unihub, via the Bridge website and are designed to complement our Writing Forums.

For further information please see https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/thebridge/academic-skills/

 

The Bridge – take control of your learning

The Bridge logo

Good news everyone! We’ve got a new skills support space in Adsetts Library. It’s called The Bridge and you’ll find it above Adsetts cafe. Come along for:

  • Maths and Stats Help
  • Study support appointments and drop-ins
  • Academic Skills workshops
  • Academic English classes for international students
  • Half-hour tutorials for students whose first language isn’t English

When you go to The Bridge, you’ll see a banner for each service to help you find it.

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For more information, see The Bridge on shuspace or go along and have a look for yourself.