Study Skills workshops
We have a great set of study skills webinar workshops to help you prepare for successful study at the University of Stirling. The webinars are informal and there will be opportunities to ask questions.
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Are these workshops for me?
These workshops are designed specifically for students at the University of Stirling who would like to get ahead and find out how to work more effectively and efficiently. We have indicated the intended audience for each workshop, but you are welcome to attend any sessions you think might be useful.
How long will the workshops last?
Workshops are scheduled for one hour but will usually last for 30 minutes with additional time for questions and informal discussion. All times shown are in UK (GMT) time.
Booking a workshop
You must book a place on your chosen workshop so that we can send you a link to join the webinar. All you need to do is fill in our simple booking form. You can book more than one workshop on the form. If you would like an alternative format booking form, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
On the day of your chosen workshop, you will be sent an email with information about how to join the event. This will be sent to the e-mail address that you book with. Please join early just to check that everything is working.
If you have any questions, please contact Student Learning Services on firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tuesday 25||11:00 - 12:00||What next? Preparing to get the most out of next year||What next? As you get towards the end of this academic year, it is a good time to reflect on how things have gone for you, and to start thinking about your ambitions and goals for when you return to university in September. This informal workshop will introduce you to a number of tools to help you assess your skills and reflect on progress so far. We will also be discussing different ways to enhance your studies and get better grades next time around. This is your chance to prepare for a successful year at university in 2021-2022.||1st, 2nd & 3rd year UG students|
|Thursday 20 May||15:00 - 16:00||Master class: Working effectively with others during group work||Group work can be central at Master’s level study and in the workplace. How we approach it can vary dramatically depending on the group’s purpose, for example: a collaborative assignment, a task during a seminar, or an informal study session with friends. Different cultural expectations and personal characteristics can also impact on how effective a team works together. If you would like to explore these factors and how to best navigate them to ensure successful and productive group work then come along to this workshop.||Masters|
Contact Student Learning Services
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