Learning and study skills support for disabled students
Software and equipment are
available in the open
access labs. This includes assistive technologies if you have a visual
impairment, dyslexia, or physical impairment.
Contact us for details of
access to departmental labs, eg. Biological Sciences, CSEE or Psychology.
Digital recordings of lectures at the Colchester Campus are available from
the Listen Again service.
You will be registered with the Albert Sloman Library at the Colchester
Campus as a user with individual needs
for extensions to short term loans and options for renewal.
Study support is available online via
Moodle. The Talent Development Centre
provides assessment, credit modules and training for all
students at the University on a range of key academic and employment skills,
including academic literacy; numeracy; English language; modern languages;
library researching; computer skills; internet researching; preparing for work;
and learning through work.
Study strategies tuition
One-to-one study strategies tuition can help you to develop a range of skills
note making and referencing
essay planning and time management
identifying and correcting patterns in spelling errors
clarity of expression
making full use of the library and other resources such as e-journals