One-to-one tutorials for non-native speakers of English students

iAsk Tutorials back on for the next four weeks

A reminder that iAsk one-to-one tutorials restart this week and are available to all non-native speakers of English students across the university every Monday to Thursday afternoon for the next 4 weeks. Tutors will be using Microsoft Teams and Skype to deliver the service remotely.

Students who need help with assignments can arrange an online tutorial here (you will need to be logged onto Studentcentral to access the page).

Tutors help students to develop skills in writing, grammar and academic language. Tutors can also give advice to students on planning a response to assessment briefs as well as structuring essays and reports effectively. They can also give tips on revision and giving presentations. Students are advised to email the tutor a copy of their assignment brief and their ‘work in progress’ prior to the session, in order to get the maximum benefit from the half-hour session.

Tutorials will run in the weeks beginning 27 April, 4 May, 11 May, 18 May, and an extra session will run on 27 May.

Tutorials are sometimes available outside of the bookable hours. To find out more, contact Elaine Hills:

You can hear a student speaking of the benefits of attending iAsk tutorials here.

The team look forward to supporting as many students as possible in the coming weeks.

Elaine Hills
iAsk tutor
Centre for Academic English and Learning Development


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Katie is fascinated by the intersection of technology, games and learning and a core member of the ALT special interest group for Games and Learning. Dr Katie Piatt is the eLearning Services Manager at the University of Brighton.

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