Academic Advice in Arts
Students in Arts can make an appointment or come to a class with the Effective Learning Adviser for the College (or one of his Graduate Teaching Assistants) to talk about anything related to their academic work. Common topics include:
- academic writing (essays, dissertations, research proposals)
- engagement with literature, referencing and using/critiquing sources
- time and project management
- effective, evidence-based study and revision methods
We can advise you on current unmarked work, including helping you in how you:
- interpret the question
- think about your argument
- plan your essay
- research and use your sources
- write and edit your work
We can advise you within the context of your subject, but are unable to advise on specific content. Similarly, we encourage your ability to edit and assess your work and, therefore, cannot offer proof reading.
We can also advise you on past assignments, and their feedback, to help you to use that feedback to improve your writing.
Undergraduate and PGT students can make an appointment with one of the advising team (GUID required). The booking diary shows appointments available in the next 21 days only.
All appointments will take place online.
Classes take place several times per week to give you a chance to find a slot to suit your timetable. A new topic is covered each week. You can come to as many or as few classes as you wish, and there is no need to register in advance.
- 2019-20 Semester 2 Class Timetable - Arts and Social Sciences
- Class Moodle pages (with class slides, videos, and extra information)
To access class content, you can enrol yourself onto the relevant course – there is no password for self-enrolment.
Stuart has a BA (Hons) in English Literature from the University of Strathclyde and an MLitt in Modernities from the University of Glasgow, where he is also in the process of completing his PhD in English Literature and Media Studies.
He also has a joint BA in Marketing and Business Law from the University of Strathclyde, which he completed before returning to study English Literature.
Before joining LEADS, Stuart worked in various roles across the University of Glasgow, including lecturing and teaching in English Literature, and he has also worked in widening participation at the University of Strathclyde.
He has a broad range of research interests, including experimental methods in the Humanities, contemporary and/or digital literature, and media studies.
Stuart currently lectures on most degrees across the College of Arts. To find out what teaching he can offer on your course, send an email or call.