Personal Academic Tutoring
The new revised Personal Academic Tutoring Policy was approved by Academic Board in December 2018. It is acknowledged that across the University there are some excellent examples of personal academic tutoring and where this occurs, those staff will recognise much of what is contained within this policy document. This policy is not intended to change good practice that is clearly working well but rather seeks to reinforce good practice as well as requiring others to emulate it such that there is a consistently good and meaningful experience for all students across the University.
However all provision should be critically evaluated against the principles and objectives contained within the Policy.
Please click here for a special edition of the RAPPORT journal, on the subject of 'Personal Tutoring and Academic Advising', put together by SEDA (the Staff & Educational Development Association).
Keeping Mental Health in mind
Developed by the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, this e-learning package is designed to give non-specialist staff the skills, knowledge and confidence to offer support for students mental wellbeing. Visit the Charlie Waller Memoral Trust website