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WolfWorks Workshop

WolfWorks

Need tips for managing your time? Struggling to read everything? Want to keep your notes in order? Then WolfWorks is for you!

WolfWorks Workshop

"It provided a good overview - in an easy-to-follow yet comprehensive manner, whilst providing enough detail and instruction that I could go away and trial the techniques to see which worked best for me. I only wish I had taken the course earlier!" 
Student feedback from a 鶹ӾAcademic Skills workshop

WolfWorks is a programme of skills development workshops run throughout the academic year. We cover topics relevant to everyone such as academic writing, note making, critical thinking, speed reading and time management as well as researcher-specific skills of data management, metrics and getting published.

Part-time students are always welcome to join the online workshops and we offer bespoke 1-2-1 sessions with the Academic Skills Librarian (in-person or online) plus we can respond to your questions by email. We also provide a range of online materials on the , which can be accessed at any time.

Get in touch if you have any questions or to book a . You may also want to take a look at the for Academic Skills tips, tools and videos.

Academic Year 2023-24

The majority of our workshops will be delivered online this year, on Saturday mornings, to enable as many 鶹Ӿstudents to attend as possible. Some workshops will take place in person where where hands on interactive activities will be important for the workshop.

Sign-ups will open at the start of each term but the programme for the coming year can be viewed below. It is possible that a few dates may change but we will offer support for all these topics at some point.

21 October
4 November
16 November
18 November
23 November
10 January (in person)
20 January
1 February (evening)Research methodologies - JRFs share their experiences
3 February
7 FebruaryCareers and Hot Chocolate (Karen Spärck Jones Room) - Come join members of the University Careers Services to talk about any aspect of careers and applying for further study.
7, 14, 21, 28 February (evening)Ekphrasis for beginners: creative writing and 鶹Ӿart – in-person 

16, 23 February and 1 March

(afternoons)

- fully booked; you can still be added to a waiting list
17 February 
2 March)
20 March (afternoon) (in person)
12-14 April (all day) (in person)
27 April
11 MayFinishing off a Dissertation: Proof Reading, Reducing your Word Count, Compiling a Long Document in Word
25 MayWriting for Publication


Please visit our separate page to explore how we can support your Academic Writing.