The autumn term workshops are now available to book!
Unless otherwise specified, all Treforest workshops will take place in the Library Training Room, first door on the right as you enter the Treforest Library.
If you have been referred to SDSS for Referencing, you can either book one of the Referencing workshops below or you can book an individual tutorial via the online booking system.
If you, and a few other students, are unable to attend any of the dates, please send us a request, indicating possible dates and times, campus and chosen topic from the options below.
To book, please click on your chosen workshop(s) below:
This workshop gives tips on formulating/refining your dissertation topic, planning and managing your project, research considerations, structuring methods and the academic requirements for writing it up.
Reflective writing is an important skill to develop; this interactive session will introduce the main models for reflection, and encourages identification and understanding of key elements, including criticality, form, structure and balance.
A workshop that provides invaluable hints and tips to help you improve your written work and informally assess your current language strengths.
These workshops introduce you to the main features of report writing with particular emphasis on organising and presenting information in an appropriate format.
Speaking in public is an essential skill at university or in a work environment. This session will look ways to achieve effective planning and organisation of its content, the use of visual aids, and a confident delivery, mainly in relation to academic presentations.
Many students lose valuable marks for not being able to reference correctly. This session will highlight good academic practice and skills to avoid plagiarism; it will concentrate on the use of the HARVARD system with particular reference to the USW style guide.
Paraphrasing is an essential skill when referring to the work of other people, and thus avoid plagiarizing. Attend this session for tips on how to paraphrase properly.
What makes a good essay? This workshop identifies key areas of the construction and writing of essays, enabling a more confident approach to developing the skills for this task
Organising your Study
This workshop is designed to make studying more manageable. It encourages you to be more aware of how to organise your time, will help you develop an appropriate study strategy and use effective techniques for preparing, taking and filing notes from lectures and research.
You will find out how to develop your writing skills by adopting a more evaluative and critical stance with this workshop.