Keeping people safe, keeping learning going
Welcome back |
Professor Julie Lydon, USW Vice-Chancellor, welcomes you back after the Easter break, and talks about the services that are available for you to access and what is being done to support you during this time of remote learning and assessments.
USW Learning Services are still here to support you
online library is always open – search FINDit to find thousands of ebooks and electronic resources, or use the specialist library and subject guides for help with your research. Online chat is available 24/7 and you can also book an online appointment with
your Faculty Librarian.
Study Skills Service
Study Skills provides a wide range of
online self-help resources including help with assignments and academic skills such referencing, research, maths and statistics .The study skills team are continuing to provide support via email tutorials, Collaborate and telephone.
The Student Mentoring community is still very active. Student Mentors can offer peer-to-peer support, help you adjust to and navigate the online environment, and signpost to specific services. Self-help resources and online tutorials
can also be found on the
Student Mentoring website.
careers website has plenty of resources and links to all of the careers services. Find the latest jobs and events, including online events, and use MyCareer to understand yourself and develop the skills employers are looking for. All careers appointments
are available via Skype and the Ask a Question service is running as normal.
Don’t forget… the May Day Bank Holiday has moved from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Please note, off-campus students who are studying with a partner college should check guidance and communication from their college, about local attendance, assessment and teaching arrangements