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Subject Support: A-Z of Subject, Skills and Study Guides

Library and Skills Guides

The Academic Skills Centre has produced a wide range of guides to help you navigate resources for study and research while at university.  These can be accessed in various ways:

New and Highlighted Guides: Summer 2020

  • Spotting fact from fiction can be difficult and overwhelming in the current climate. We've put together a guide to help you evaluate and critically assess resources in relation to CoVid-19. Our updated guide includes information on how this affects the BAME community.
  • Our Working from Home: Be Well guide brings together some resources for adjusting to home working as well as links to mindful resources
  • The new Equality and Diversity guide gives you access to information on how to become an Ally, the Race Chartermark, Diversity in HE and more.
  • A new guide on Migration to the UK gives you a starting point to investigate the topic of immingration and migration to the UK post-1945

Contact Us

Academic Skills Advisors

Academic Skills Advisors are available to provide help, advice, training, support and documentation to  undergraduate and masters students undertaking research, project work, essays and/or dissertations. Support is provided for all subjects in the form of one-to-one appointments or virtual online help via Skype. To arrange an appointment at a mutually convenient time, simply complete our online form . 

Research Skills Advisors

Research Skills Advisors are available to provide help, advice, training, support and documentation to research postgraduate students and academic staff undertaking research and project work. Support is provided for all subjects in the form of one-to-one appointments or virtual online help via Skype. To arrange an appointment at a mutually convenient time, simply contact the Research Skills Team and complete our online form.

Engagement Advisors

Engagement Advisors are available to provide help, advice, training, support and documentation to academic staff.To arrange an appointment at a mutually convenient time, simply contact the Library Engagement Team via libraryengagement@contacts.bham.ac.uk

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