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Study skills sessions available please see below timetables!

study skills

study skills seminary semester 1

final study skills seminar semester 1

 

 

 Details of Group Meetings for Semester 1 2018 will be posted soon.


Grinds

Grinds in Maths/Quants/Stats and Writing are not offered by the ACE office because DIT provide free grinds in these subjects already at the Maths Learning Centre and the Academic Writing Centre.

Semester 2 Grinds- Students Requesting grinds for Semester 2 should complete the survey form below by Monday 5th of February. 

https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4653670/ACE-Grinds-Requests-Semester1-2018-19

 

 

 

 

 

 


Academic Support - FREE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths Support:

Struggling with maths? Getting along OK but know that you can do better? Come along to the Mathematics Learning Support Centre! We have a team of dedicated tutors who provide free, impartial and non-judgemental support to students of all mathematical abilities. No appointment is necessary, just drop into one of our centres with your notes, and one of our tutors will help you, on a one-to-one basis, in any area of maths you find difficult.

This is a free service available to all undergraduate students from any programme in DIT. Students can attend as many times as they wish. The centre will open the week of the 18th of September 2017.

Please note

  • The Centre is open from weeks 3 to 12. There is no need to make an appointment, just drop in!
  • Bring in your lecture notes, tutorial sheets, textbooks and anything else you can which will help us understand what you are being taught;
  • If you are stuck on a particular question, bring in any attempts to the Centre;
  • If you are having difficulties in general with maths, you should attend the Centre regularly and as early in the academic year as possible;

For more information please click on the link : http://www.maths.dit.ie/mlsc/

Academic Writing Support:

The Academic Writing Centre provides a free service to all DIT students (undergraduate and postgraduate) who seek support to enhance and develop their academic writing skills. 

What is academic writing?

As part of college work students are required to submit written assignments, essays, projects, examination scripts, dissertations and theses. These require students to be able to eg present information, communicate ideas, develop and make an argument effectively.  Defined as academic writing skills, these core competences are viewed as a key indicator for student success in college.

For more information on the DIT Academic writing Centre, click here : http://dit.ie/awc/