Learning Skills are also known as Research Skills, Study Skills and Information Literacy Skills. I am making a series of presentations to help students with these skills. PowerPoints have been uploaded to SlideShare and are linked below. Some presentations are made with Prezi and are embedded below.

All sources mentioned and used in the making of the presentations are listed at the end of each one.

The Library is also developing a collection of Study, Learning and Research Skills resources, please ask Mrs Robinson for more help and information.

Introduction to the Library – for Sixth Form students

Introduction to the library

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Working Independently – Part 1: Being Organised

Working Independently. Part 1: Being Organised

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Effective Research: Advanced Search

Effective Research: Plagiarism, Citation & Referencing – 6th Form

Effective Research: Recording, Referencing and Bibliography – Year 10

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3 Responses to “Presentations”

  1. 1. Marie Evans Says:

    Very impressed as always with the amount of work you have put into this. The standard is amazing, how do you do it in such a short time?

  2. 2. Anne Weaver Says:

    These are excellent learning resources!

  3. 3. Mrs Robinson Says:

    Thanks for your comments – will be interesting to see if any of the students visit this page and look at them in their own time!

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