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Students from all three universities can see Diana Evans, Royal Literary Fellow from the Royal Literary Fund. She is based in an office in the Drill Hall Library on Mondays and Tuesdays and can offer useful advice on academic writing skills. You can book sessions with her by emailing email@example.com.
Check our library events calendar for a list of workshops run in the Drill Hall by the Student and Learning Advisory Service.
There are many useful books on study skills in the Drill Hall Library. Some useful shelfmarks for study skills topics include:
A selection of study skills books is also available for use in the library only. This is located on a bookshelf against the wall in the Quiet Zone.
If you need further help with study skills in general, including academic writing, help is available from your university.
Students should contact the Study Skills team in the Blake building. Useful web resources from the University of Greenwich include:
Students should contact SLAS (Student Learning and Advisory Service), who have an office in the Drill Hall Library. Useful resources from the University of Kent include:
Students should contact the i-zone in Cathedral Court, who can put you in touch with the study skills advisors. Useful web resources from CCCU include: