Academic Support staff include Learning Development Tutors and Learning & Teaching Librarians, who work with course tutors to provide tailored workshops, seminars and tutorials that help you with your research and assignment work, enhancing your overall learning experience.
We work with course teams and students to enhance teaching and learning.
We help develop your creative and academic practices:
If you'd like to book a tutorial with a Learning Development Tutor please contact the Gateway - you'll find their details at the bottom of the page.
We're here to help you develop effective library skills, including how to research and evaluate information. You'll get to know us on your course through embedded workshops, but we also offer one-to-one and small-group tutorials that will help you make the most of the Library and the world of published information.
We're here to help you with:
If you'd like to book a tutorial with a Learning & Teaching Librarian please contact the Gateway.
We can work with you to develop inclusive teaching practice and embedded information and digital literacy skills that aim to enhance your students' opportunities for academic success, employment and further study.
We can work with you on:
At UCA, we use the Harvard method of referencing. Download our comprehensive guide on how to write your in-text citations, list of illustrations and bibliography.
We've collected our advice on specific aspects of our support, including Harvard referencing, referencing apps, copyright and understanding plagiarism, in the sections below: