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  1. 1. Academic Skills at DCU: a partnership approach Karina Curley, Student Learning Victoria Smyth, Humanities & Social Science Librarian, DCU
  2. 2. Aim of today’s presentation Explain how the Student Learning Service and the Library are working together in DCU to teach academic writing skills. Look at: • Who we are • What we do • How we started • The projects • The outcomes
  3. 3. Who are Student Learning? In-class workshops General workshops Manage Writing Centre Discover DCU Study skills resources One-to-one appointments
  4. 4. Starting the conversation Academic Writing Support Library Student Learning Citing and Referencing Plagiarism E-tutorials 7 steps to assignment writing
  5. 5. The projects • Mature Students Writing Week • Writing Centre • Collaboration on student resources – How to Paraphrase • Writing and Literature Review - workshops and screencast • Discover DCU
  6. 6. Discover DCU
  7. 7. Benefits of working together • A new context • Focused on the needs of students • Acknowledges expertise of staff • Enhanced referral process • Projects
  8. 8. Mature Student Writing Week
  9. 9. Writing a literature review screencast
  10. 10. What have we learned? • We can do more when we work together • We are learners in the process • What’s working well (student feedback) • Where gaps exist (student feedback) • To let go of the territorial space
  11. 11. Academic Writing Support Library Student Learning S t u d e n t
  12. 12. The Student Voice - Feedback Q. What did you find most useful about the Writing Week? -“Invaluable information and insight into what lies before me in assignments. I now feel less scared about being able to cope.” -“Learning how to research, map out the assignment and referencing” -“Academic Writing. Referencing. Meeting people in class. How to use the library.”

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