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Student Learning

Click along the gray tabs below to see the range of Moodle resources available.

Resources and online workshops in this page focus on aspects of writing that contribute to developing effective academic assignments. Topic areas include the writing process and different types of texts, creating links in your writing, writing good introductions and conclusions, paraphrasing and editing.

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The aim of this Academic Integrity page is to clarify the concepts of academic honesty and integrity to avoid plagiarism in writing. Key skills and strategies are identified and opportunities are given for students to practise in online workshops.

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Resources and online workshops in this page focus on effective research and reading strategies. Workshops focus on reading processes for various purposes and annotated examples of common text structures are given.

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Effecitve study underpins academic success at university. This page focusses on time management, effective study, and examination and test preparation strategies.

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This page is a space for doctoral candidates to add and access information and resources that will enhance the thesis writing process. Notices of Doctoral Writing Conversation meetings are regularly shared and summaries of meetings given. Other resources include links to upcoming events, lists of current publications and articles of interest. Also take a look at the other writing and learning resources available in the tabs above.

DWC schedule

Research guides - Theses
Library information on thesis writing

Library tutorials for grads (technology)

General library tutorials (for anybody)

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Get speaking help for:...
  • → tutorials
  • → oral presentations
  • → presenting your thesis
This moodle page has tips on:...
  • → speaking and pronunciation
  • → making powerpoint slides
  • → oral presentation strategies
  • → pronunciation
It also has resources to help with listening to lectures.
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This pronunciation tool provides you with examples of the sounds of English, and in the page is a little voice recorder that you can use to compare your pronunciation with a native speaker's.

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All Student Learning Moodle papers are free to University students

The first time you click on any of these links...

Moodle will invite you to add the paper to your list.

Click 'Add this paper to my list'

No fees, no exams, no problem!

Library tutorials