Student Experience Team
The College of Social Sciences Student Experience Team (SET) can support you and your students with:
- academic literacies and language
- student induction, transition and community building
- skills and employability, including study abroad
- learning technology
We can support you in embedding these areas into the curriculum and are keen to work with professional service and academic colleagues. If you think you or your students would benefit from our support, then please get in touch.
We provide discipline-specific support with assignment and dissertation writing, including critical analysis and academic integrity.
We can design bespoke resources to support specific learning and assessment tasks on your courses – get in touch to find out how we can work with you.
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Our College Employability Programme courses can be embedded into your academic courses and programmes to support students’ development of employability skills and graduate attributes.
Courses can be delivered at a time that suits you and can be tailored to the needs of your cohort. All courses are supported by a team of trained SET tutors who provide formative feedback to students on their skills development.
Get in touch to find out how we can work with you.
We design and deliver transition provision to students across all levels of study throughout their programmes of study. This includes transition-in to the University (orientation and extended induction), as well as transitioning through and out.
We also develop and implement community-building activity to support student belonging, retention, and success.
We can support you with developing and embedding tailored transition and community-building activity into your academic courses.
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The CoSS Learning Technology team provide support for staff and students in their use of applications and platforms used to support and enhance learning, teaching and assessment. These include tools such as Moodle, Office 365, Zoom, Mentimeter, and other supported tools.
Our guiding principle is that learning technologies complement learning and teaching experiences and must not override learning outcomes. By collaborating with educators, learning technologies empower staff and students to improve interactions, reduce repetitive workload and expand beneficial synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning experiences.
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