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One-to-one tutorials

With University learning and teaching going online, all tutorials are being be delivered online via Microsoft Teams. Tutors will contact you through Microsoft Teams at the time of your meeting. Make sure you have Microsoft Teams ready on your computer for your timeslot. If you miss your timeslot, you will lose it.

You will also be able to ask the tutor any particular questions you may have about your writing.

Tutorials are 50 minutes long and are available at different times, so you can fit your tutorial session to your timetable.

We continue to aim to provide you with the support you need for your studies and are grateful for your understanding during these exceptional times. You will get advice from a writing tutor who has read your written work and identified key areas that you can improve.

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Drop-in writing sessions

With University learning and teaching going online, you can book a 20 minute long slot from 11:15am-2.15pm (not Wednesdays).

You can book each morning from 9:00am until 10:30am. You will only be able to book same-day slots. When they are all taken, you will have to wait until the next day.

Tutors will contact you through Microsoft Teams at the time of your meeting. Make sure you have Microsoft Teams ready on your computer for your timeslot. If you miss your timeslot, you will lose it. You must also have your written work ready to share with the tutor via Microsoft Teams. You can email the tutor a copy of your work beforehand, but this is not essential.

With Microsoft Teams, you can choose whether to use the simple Audio, Video or Chat function to communicate with the tutor.

We continue to aim to provide you with the support you need for your studies and are grateful for your understanding during these exceptional times.

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