Although our workshops have ended for the summer, did you know that there are still a range of services and resources available here at 301?
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If you have ever visited 301 you may have noticed that we have a wide range of leaflets advising on the various services of the university. If you are looking for something in particular, feel free to ask us at reception and we will do our best to help you. In addition to these leaflets, we also have a range of handouts to help with your academic skills. These are free for you to help yourself to and if you have missed a workshop for a particular topic, may be able to offer you some alternative guidance. They are found in a carousel on the right hand side of reception, as you walk in the front of the building. We also have a range of study skills books for students to read, although these must stay in reception so they can be used by any student who needs them.
Many of the tutors who run the academic skills workshops are continuing to deliver 1:1 sessions if you need guidance with your academic skills. These sessions might help you with any work you have due or with improving your skills ready for next year! The sessions are really useful but it is important to note that our tutors can give general help (for example, the structure of an essay) but cannot give subject specific advice or comment on the content of your work.
MASH (Maths and Statistics Help) continues to run during the exam period and can be found opposite the flexible workspace. The drop in sessions allow you to be flexible with your time or you can make an appointment to ensure that you are seen. Opening times for MASH are weekdays 10am-1pm and again on Wednesday evenings 4pm-7pm (drop in only) for statistics and weekdays 1pm-4pm, with a drop in only session until 7pm on Wednesday for maths.
Summer 1:1s and MASH sessions are likely to run on a revised timetable so please keep an eye on our website, or pop into reception if you have any queries. https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/301