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Resources to use with students
A resource to help students understand suitable language for use in emails at university. It offers students tips on communicating with academic staff and can be used with any students with concerns or uncertainties relating to this topic.
The ‘Coursework and Assignments’ tab for each School ASK site has a section on ‘using feedback to improve work’, which includes advice on understanding feedback and developing it into measurable and attainable goals.There is also this guide to feedback for students, which explains different types of feedback and also offers advice on incorporating it into future work.
The ‘Coursework and Assignments’ tab for each School ASK site has a section of advice on essay writing relevant to each school. The university has a Fellow from the Royal Literary Fund, Hannah Vincent, who is available to deliver one-to-one writing tutorials on Wednesday and Friday on Falmer campus, Checkland D417. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Academic Study Kit website
iASK includes lectures, classes, tutorials, and online essay feedback for students whose first language is not English. All the iASK services are FREE and are designed to develop students’ existing academic language skills to help them succeed in their day-to-day academic tasks.
With thanks to the University of Lincoln, from whom some of these resources have been drawn, specifically its HEFCE funded Intervention for Success project, about which you can find out more here.
The Students’ Union is an independent organisation that it set up to represent and support all the students at University of Brighton. BSU’s mission is to make student life better and this is done through providing a number of services and activities. You can find more information about these services and activities in the documents below: