This article gives you information on the links between the Academic Skills Unit (ASK) and the faculty-based learning support and development tutors.
Faculty-based learning support and development tutors
Each Faculty has a learning support and/or development tutors' (LS/DT) service that offers support and advice to students based within that Faculty. Support can come in the form of workshops, software tutorials, or faculty-specific course or academic skills support - this varies across faculties.
Find out more about the learning support and/ or development tutors in your faculty via the links below:
- Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries
- Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Faculty of Science & Health
- Faculty of Technology
Academic Skills Unit (ASK)
ASK is very much affiliated with tutoring colleagues in faculty-based learning support and development. As it is a central service, it sees students from all parts of the University.
Students may be encouraged to approach ASK, following contact with a faculty-based learning support or development tutor, who informs the student that ASK could assist with their academic skills development.
Equally ASK may recommend that a student works with their faculty-based learning support or development tutor.
Find out more about how ASK can help in this article.