Our LET Open Workshops are practical, interactive group classes, run by an LET lecturer. The Workshops offer a wide variety of topics, and some of these are tailored to a specific subject, or school, at the University. All these LET Open Workshops are FREE! They take place in various rooms around the University, usually one of Williams / College / Sheppard Library, and start in October 2018.
The ability to write essays and reports, write a dissertation or project, give presentations and participate in academic discussions are just some examples of the many types of communicative skills you will develop during your time at University – and the better you are at these, the higher grades you will get [probably!]
We are here to help you get a headstart in all of these skills through our AWL Open Workshops.
We run a variety of AWL Open Workshops from October to April, for example:
Understanding Referencing & Avoiding Plagiarism
Writing a Literature Review
Integrating Sources into your Writing
If the AWL Open Workshop you want is not running at a suitable time for you, we can usually run it on request for groups of four students or more. To request an AWL Open Workshop please email AWL@mdx.ac.uk
Many subjects, courses and assignments at Middlesex require you to be able to use maths and numeracy skills and/or statistics to be successful. Our MSN Open Workshops are available to show you the important things you need to be able to do and use. To request an MSN Workshop please email Numeracy@mdx.ac.uk