Study Skills Workshop Timetable

Semester 1 2014/15 Study Support Sessions

 Early Semester 1 2014/15 Study Support schedule NOW available to download

Select any of the following links for the range of sessions available in that topic area
:
Assignment support
Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism sessions
Data Analysis: SPSS and Maths/Statistics support
Dissertation sessions
Critical Analysis/Thinking and other Learning Skills support
IT Skills Support sessions


Em
ail studysupport@ljmu.ac.uk 
to book a place
 Keep up to date: https://twitter.com/JMU_SS

Assignment Support sessions

 Day

 Date

 Time

Topic

Room and Building

Campus

 Tuesday

 30th September, 2014

 17:30 - 19:15

 Essays: Planning and Writing - FULL  Room B004,
 IM Marsh

IM Marsh

 Friday

 3rd October, 2014

 12:00 - 13:00

 Reading and Note-taking - from texts and lectures  Room 226,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
Pleasant

 Wednesday

 8th October, 2014

 18:45 - 19:45

 Writing effective Introductions and Conclusions  Room B004,
 IM Marsh

 IM Marsh

 Thursday

 9th October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:15

 Essays: Writing with Style for Academic Purposes  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Wednesday

 15th October, 2014

 13:00 - 14:00

 Writing effective Introductions and Conclusions  Room 403,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Wednesday

 15th October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:15

 Essays: Writing with Style for Academic Purposes  Room 226,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
Pleasant

The schedule is subject to change depending upon resources - any updates will be publicised via this web page and twitter account.

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Harvard Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism sessions

 Day

 Date

 Time

Topic

 Room and Building

Campus

 Tuesday

 7th October, 2014

 17:00 - 18:30

 Harvard Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Wednesday

 8th October, 2014

 17:30 - 18:30

 Harvard Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism - the Basics  B004,
 IM Marsh

 IM Marsh

 Wednesday

 15th October, 2014

 14:00 - 15:00

 Harvard Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism - the Basics  Room 403,
 Tithebarn Street
 City

The schedule is subject to change depending upon resources - any updates will be publicised via this web page and twitter account.

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Dissertation workshops and related sessions
  

 Day

 Date

 Time

 Topic

 Location

 Campus

 Tuesday

 30th September, 2014

 17:30 - 19:30

 Dissertations: Research, Planning and Writing - FULL  Room 226,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
 Pleasant

 Wednesday

 1st October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:00

 Writing a Critical Literature Review - FULL  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Monday

 6th October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:15

 Research Methodologies - an overview  Room 233,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
Pleasant

 Friday

 10th October, 2014

 12:30 - 14:00

 Writing a Critical Literature Review  Room 226,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
Pleasant

 Thursday

 16th October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:00

 Writing a Critical Literature Review  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

The schedule is subject to change depending upon resources - any updates will be publicised via this web page and twitter account.


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Learning Skills support sessions

 Day

 Date

 Time

 Topic

 Location

 Campus

 Wednesday

 1st October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:00

 Writing a Critical Literature Review - FULL  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Thursday

 2nd October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:15

 Critical Analysis and Thinking Skills - FULL  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Friday

 3rd October, 2014

 12:00 - 13:00

 Reading and Note-Taking - from texts and lectures  Room 226,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
Pleasant

 Friday

 10th October, 2014

 12:30 - 14:00

 Writing a Critical Literature Review  Room 226,
 Redmonds Building

 Mount
Pleasant

 Monday

 13th October, 2014

 17:15 - 19:00

 Presentation Skills  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

 Tuesday

 14th October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:15

 Critical Analysis and Thinking Skills  Room B004,
 IM Marsh

 IM Marsh

 Thursday

 16th October, 2014

 17:30 - 19:00

 Writing a Critical Literature Review  Room 401a,
 Tithebarn Street

 City

The schedule is subject to change depending upon resources - any updates will be publicised via this web page and twitter account.

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Data analysis - SPSS
We also offer support for mathematics and statistics
 

 Day

 Date

 Time

 Topic  Location

Campus

 Wednesday

 8th October, 2014

 14:00 - 16:00

 SPSS: Introduction to  Room 728 (PC Lab),
 James Parsons Building

 City

 Thursday

 23rd October, 2014

 09:00 - 11:00

 SPSS: Introduction to  Room 728 (PC Lab),
 James Parsons Building

 City

To book a place on a workshop send an email to: studysupport@ljmu.ac.uk , or call 0151 231 3048. SEND ONE EMAIL FOR EACH SESSION, state the session required in the subject line of your email, the location, time and date of the workshop, AND please include an alternative date, where available, in the event of your first choice being full.
You must book a place to ensure there is appropriate accommodation for the size of class.  You should also include your full name, a contact telephone number and your six figure Student/Person I.D. number. The schedule is subject to change depending upon demand, and any students affected by such changes will be contacted
.

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IT Skills Support

 Day

 Date

 Time

 Topic  Location

 Campus

 Wednesday

 1st October, 2014

 17:15 - 19:15

 Microsoft 'Excel' - Introduction to  Room 318, PC Lab,
 James Parsons Building

 City

 Wednesday

8th October, 2014

17:15 - 19:15

 NVivo 10 - Introduction to  Room 318, PC Lab,
 James Parsons Building

 City

 Thursday

 9th October, 2014

 17:15 - 19:15

 Endnote - managing your references
 (suitable for Level 6 students and above)

 Room 318, PC Lab,
 James Parsons Building

 City

 Wednesday

 15th October, 2014

 17:15 - 19:15

 Microsoft 'PowerPoint'  Room 318, PC Lab,
 James Parsons Building

 City

To book a place on a workshop send an email to: studysupport@ljmu.ac.uk , or call 0151 231 3048. SEND ONE EMAIL FOR EACH SESSION, state the session required in the subject line of your email, the location, time and date of the workshop, AND please include an alternative date, where available, in the event of your first choice being full.
You must book a place to ensure there is appropriate accommodation for the size of class.  You should also include your full name, a contact telephone number and your six figure Student/Person I.D. number. The schedule is subject to change depending upon demand, and any students affected by such changes will be contacted.

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