We provide support on topics including writing style and structure, presentations, time management, and more.
ASK do not offer a proofreading service but we are happy to discuss your work.
You can make an appointment to see an adviser if you have any questions about your writing or study skills. Appointments last 20 minutes and students can only book themselves one slot per day. All appointments take place in the ASK 1-2-1 room (Bann 019b) on the Ground Floor of the Library.
During Term 1, appointments will be available from 1st October 2018 - 14th December 2018, at the following times:
- Mondays and Thursdays 10am - 7pm
- Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am - 5pm
Click here to access the ASK 1-2-1 booking page.
Outside of term-time, you can book an appointment with an Academic Skills Adviser by emailing us at email@example.com
It's helpful to bring your work or any feedback you have been given. If you have problems making an appointment or would like an appointment outside of term-time please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Written advice on writing style
Alternatively you may wish to send us a writing sample so we can provide feedback on style and structure of your writing. Please note that this is not a proofreading service but a way of helping you improve your writing.
Only one student writing sample is allowed per term, so if you need further help please make an appointment to see an adviser.
Writing Sample Submission Sheet
Please download and complete the form above and email it to email@example.com
Writing and Learning Workshops
You can view download our timetable of Writing and Learning workshops here. You can also view what's on using our online calendar, where Writing and Learning workshops are clearly highlighted in purple.
We have a large number of resources on all topics in the Academic Skills (ASK) tab in Blackboard Learn. These include video tutorials, useful resources on the internet, quick guides and slides from our workshops.
We have created a series of short videos on academic writing which provide tips about planning, structuring and writing your assignments. You can also access our learning activities here.
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