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Academic Support

Library Learning Support and Engagement helps students in developing the skills they need to excel at university via: 

  • 1-2-1 tutorials
  • Workshops
  • Self-study resources

Although Library Learning Support and Engagement focuses on developing academic and information literacies such as writing, critical thinking, finding literature, reading and note-making, and soft skills such as time management, group work and presentations. They can particularly support students around their assessments, coursework, revision and exam preparation.

They support students through transition and acclimatisation to university culture, particularly with rules and conventions, including academic integrity. Queen Mary’s diverse and inclusive student intake can mean that a range of students can benefit from this orientation, beyond outmoded stereotype of ‘international’ or ‘widening participation’ students.

Library Learning Support and Engagement offers support for statistics and maths to students across the University. Students can sign up directly, or their staff can work with schools and institutes to offer embedded support. It should be noted that Library Learning Support and Engagement does not directly support students with English language issues or specific learning difficulties (see Language Centre and Wellbeing respectively).

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