26 / 02 / 20

Summary of Mitigating Activities for Students

Student Health and Wellbeing: counselling appointments

Additional counselling appointments will be available for students over the period of the industrial action. These can be accessed via:

Student Progress: drop in sessions

Sessions will be available for students who want advice and guidance on what to do if your learning is disrupted.

  • 10.00-11.00 and 14.00-15.00, Tuesday 25 February, Level 2, King’s Gate
  • 15.00-16.00, Wednesday 26 February, Room 2.017 Urban Sciences Building
  • 10.00-11.00 and 14.00-15.00, Tuesday 3 March, Level 2, King’s Gate
  • 15.00-16.00, Wednesday 4 March, Room 2.017 Urban Sciences Building
  • 10.00-11.00 and 14.00-15.00, Tuesday 10 March, Level 2, King’s Gate
  • 15.00-16.00, Wednesday 11 March, Room 2.017 Urban Sciences Building

The usual Thursday 12.00-14.00 drop in sessions will also continue during this period

University Library: extended services in the University Libraries

The Philip Robinson Library will be open as usual 24 hours a day.

The Marjorie Robinson Library will be open until midnight each day.

More information on opening times is available on the Libraries website

Careers Service: help available from the Careers Service

The Careers Service will be available to students throughout the industrial action, meaning that you will be able to drop in for information, advice and guidance as normal.

To get advice about your CV, prepare for an interview or assessment centre, find a work placement, internship or job, or want help in deciding what you want to do when you graduate, visit the Careers website for opening hours.

The Careers Service also offers a number of workshops, presentations and events. These are advertised on the Careers Service’s events page.

Maths Aid provision

During the period of industrial action, Maths Aid will run its usual drop-in sessions. See the Maths Aid website for full details and to book a session. 

Maths-Aid are located on Level 1 of the Marjorie Robinson Library in room 1.16.

Writing Development Centre

During the period of industrial action sessions at the Writing Development Centre will still be available.

They include:

  • Kickstart your assignment
  • Write Here. Write Now
  • Editing your work
  • Strategic reading and notetaking
  • Reviewing the literature
  • Kickstart your dissertation
  • Editing your work

The Writing Development Centre is based on Level 2 of the Philip Robison Library.

 

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