Spring ASK Week
12-16 February 2018
ASK Week returns to the Library from 12 -16 February with a host of workshops to support all students' development at university and beyond.
- Writing up your dissertation
- Revision and writing for exams
- SPSS for your dissertation
- Critical writing
- Looking good on paper (Careers Service)
- Writing discussion and conclusions
- Writing Drop-ins
There's no need to book - just turn up to as many workshops as you like!
Click here to access the ASK Week Timetable
Slides for ASK Week workshops will be accessible after they take place on our Blackboard pages here.
Undergraduate Dissertation Week
22-26 January 2018
Undergraduate Dissertation Week (UGDW) is a week-long series of workshops run by the ASK team designed to help you complete your undergraduate dissertation. Workshop topics range from academic writing and criticality skills to specialised sessions on specific chapters, such as the literature review and the discussion, as well as SPSS workshops for those doing statistical analysis.
UGDW is held in Week 18 (22-26 January 2018), and all sessions are run in the library. These sessions are open to all students at all levels, and no advance booking is required – but please show up on time, as many of the sessions fill up very quickly!
For further scheduling and session details, please see the UGDW timetable for this year here.
Monday 6 November - Friday 10 November 2017
ASK Week returns to the Library from 6 -10 November with a host of workshops to support all students' development at university and beyond.
- Critical thinking
- Developing your dissertation topic
- Fundamentals of academic writing
- SPSS for beginners
- Writing clearly and concisely
- Writing a literature review
- Introduction to Trigonometry
There's no need to book - just turn up to as many workshops as you like.
The full timetable can be viewed here
You can also view descriptions of the workshops offered during ASK Week here
Tuesday 2 May - Wednesday 24 May
10am - 4pm
Lecture Centre 005 - 009
1-2-1 Help, resources and advice to help you with Maths.
All students and all levels welcome!