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Learning Support Unit

Supporting Your Learning Experience

The Learning Support Unit provides free academic support to all registered LIT students on request. All services are based on a supervised self-help model involving tutors and students. Tutorial support is available by application.

Workshops such as, Study Skills, Time Management, Exam Preparation, Maths and Academic Writing can be organised by contacting us directly. We also provide English language support classes for International students.

For more information please contact Learning Support Unit at lsu@lit.ie or (061) 293147.

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FIRST YEAR STUDENTS LSU WORKSHOPS

 

MOYLISH CAMPUS/ONLINE

ALL CAMPUSES. ONLINE.

 

ACADEMIC WRITING

Workshop

Date

Time

Academic Writing

Tuesday 16th Feb

11:00 to 12:00

Academic Writing for Social Care

Tuesday 16th Feb

12:00 to 1:00pm

Academic Writing for Mature Students

Wednesday 17th Feb

2:00-3:00pm

 

MATHS

Maths for Mature Students

Thursday 18th Feb: 10:00 to 11:00

10:00-11:00

General First Year Maths

Thursday 18th Feb

12:00 to 1:00pm

Engineering Maths

Thursday 18th Feb

2:00 to 3:00pm

Study Skills/ Time Management/ Exam Skills:

Study Skills/ Time Management

Friday 19th  February

11:00 – 12:00

Exam Skills

Friday 19th  February

12:30 – 1:30pm

 

To book a place:

Fill out the form in the following link:

https://studentlit.sharepoint.com/Student/services/lsu/SitePages/Home.aspx

 If you have already applied for tuition, contact the LSU by email: lsu@lit.ie

 See http://www.lit.ie/LearningSupport/ for latest updates on workshops

Alternative workshops may also be arranged at a time that suits you.

Reasons to Contact Us

  • If you find it difficult to cope with certain subjects or parts of subjects.
  • If you simply want some Academic advice.
  • Perhaps a subject is new and it is difficult to get started.
  • Perhaps you are returning to study after a break of several years.

Notice

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