Further Support and Appointments
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The Skills@Cumbria service supports you to develop your academic literacies throughout your programme. It includes a suite of online self-help resources accessible 24/7 via the university’s website. The service is delivered by a team of professional Library and Academic Advisors within the University Library. We also provide group and individual advice and guidance through and alongside your course, via face to face, email or virtual means.
Visit Student Support Appointments to book an appointment or to request email support. Subject to availability, you can request email feedback or book an appointment once per module. Let us know if you are in resubmission. Please see our FAQs for more details.
The Skills@Cumbria team are also happy to offer webinars in a number of topics. This is additional to any workshops that may be offered to your subject group, online support and appointments with the Skills@Cumbria team.
Skills@Cumbria helps you to develop a range of academic and library skills to support your development. These range across skills areas such as: finding library resources in your subject, evaluating information, referencing, being critical, essay planning, using Turnitin, presentation skills, time management, and digital skills.
- What support is available to me?
- How much guidance and feedback can I expect from advisors?
- How can I make the most of the service?
- Can I access support whenever I want?
- Do you offer a proofreading service?
Other library support services available to you include: