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    Academic Writing and Language (AWL) Open Workshops

    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. These skills will help with your employability too!

    We are here to help you get a head start in all of these skills through our AWL Open Workshops.

    We run a variety of AWL Open Workshops from October to March

    • Integrating Sources Into Your Writing
    • Critical Thinking
    • Understanding Referencing & Avoiding Plagiarism
    • Essay Writing
    • Reflective Writing
    • Report Writing
    • Writing a Literature Review
    • How to Give Presentations
    • Writing at University: Tools and Tips
    • Writing in Focus: Does my structure make sense?
    • Writing in Focus: Am I critical enough?
    • Reading in Focus: How do I read journal articles?
    • Writing in Focus: How can I edit my text?
    • Writing in Focus: How can I integrate sources into my writing?

    Request an AWL Open Workshop

    We can usually run AWL Open Workshops on request for groups of three students or more. Additional topics including Presentation Skills, Grammar & Vocabulary and more can be requested - you can find a full list of our workshops here. To request an AWL Open Workshop please complete this form.

    If you need further help or information please contact us at AWL@mdx.ac.uk

    Mathematics, Statistics and Numeracy (MSN) Workshops

    We can usually offer MSN workshops on request for groups of three students or more. Workshops are one hour long. You can see the list of workshops available here.

    To request an MSN workshop please complete this form.

    You can also request a group tutorial for three or more students who want help with the same topic.

    If you need further help or information please contact us at numeracy@mdx.ac.uk

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