Academic Skills Support
Searching, evaluating and managing information are the cornerstone of academic studies.
Because it is critical you develop information skills as a student or researcher, most BCU courses include learning outcomes related to information literacy which contribute to your final marks.
Select your course level in the roadmap below to access recommended information skills resources:
To be digitally literate is hugely important in the modern world. BCU encourages all students to continually improve their capacity to use electronic devices and online tools. Use the quizzes and free resource banks available only to BCU students and staff.
More academic skills resources
There are more competencies you will build during your studies. The Center for Academic Success, Graduate+ and the HELS faculty's Personal Development Department provide support for academic skills such as:
- Academic essay and report writing
- Presentation skills
- Maths and statistics
- Computing and programming
- Project management
- Study skills
Resources for academics and lecturers
The Learning & Teaching and Research Services librarians give introductions to library services, facilitate group sessions, provide one-to-one tutorials and create e-learning content that will teach students the skills required for each level of their academic journey.
Information Skills Teaching Sessions
In addition to the Library induction, lecturers can book additional information skills workshops for their courses. Download the programme and reach out to your faculty's teaching librarian for more information.Download the programme
In case of an emergency, including when a First Aider is needed, contact Security from your mobile:
0121 331 6969
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