- Good study skills lead to better marks and make you more organised and less stressed.
- Good referencing and reading widely help to avoid plagiarism.
- Using high-quality sources of information improves the quality of your work.
Do you want to know more?
If so come to the Guild of Students on Wednesday 25th November for a half day of free sessions to help you in some of these areas, and an information stall to answer questions and give advice.
Feel free to drop in to just those sessions you fancy - or stay for all of them. All events take place in 'The Joint', up the stairs as you enter the building.
- 10.30-11.00 Safe Assign demystified for students
Mary Jacob, Information Services
- 11.10-12.00 How bibliographic software can help you organise references, footnotes and bibliographies
Joy Cadwallader, Information Services
- 12.10-13.00 Effective use of published material (critical use of reference sources)
John Morgan, Student Support Services
- 13.10-14.00 Unfair practice (plagiarism, how and when to cite)
Glenys Williams, Lecturer, Department of Law and Criminology
- 14.00-14.15 The Royal Literary Fund Writing Support Service - one-to-ones to develop your academic writing
Elin Ap Hywel, Royal Literary Fund Author