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​Training and development support for students

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LinkedIn Learning is a library of high-quality video tutorials on a wide range of software, business and personal development topics. Your University account gives you access to all of it for free.

The tutorials include exercise files and subtitles are available. On-screen controls mean you decide the pace of your learning.

You can watch tutorials on your laptop or mobile device, and can download content to watch offline.

For more information about using www.brighton.ac.uk/LinkedInLearning see our LinkedIn Learning pages.

As well as LinkedIn Learning, students also have access to the in-house resources developed to support our staff training workshops. Click on one of the links at the bottom of the page for more information. 

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Library staff are here to help you with training and support, individually or in groups.

Help for queries is always available at the library Help Desks, or you can make an appointment with your Information Adviser for more complex queries and help on these topics:

  • literature searching
  • finding and evaluating information
  • books, e-books and online journals
  • copyright
  • referencing and endnote
  • using the library and services.

Drop in at your campus library or contact your Information Adviser to discuss your needs. We can arrange one-to-ones, sessions for groups, or work with your course tutors to include sessions in your course.

 

​Online learning resources

As well as LinkedIn Learning, students also have access to the in-house resources developed to support our staff training workshops. Click on one of the links below for more information. 

Ask Study Skills Toolkit

The ASK study skills website includes guidance on topics including critical thinking, reading and research, dissertations, essays and assignments.

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