Studiosity

We are pleased introduce this additional form of feedback, which we are piloting in response to student requests. We hope that it will support your learning and will be seeking your views on its effectiveness later in the year.

Judith Squires, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and Students

Targeted study and writing support for final year undergraduates

The University is investing in an online, on-demand study skills service for students - Studiosity. Studiosity will be available to all final-year students and will provide on demand, personalised and rapid feedback on key academic skills, such as essay writing. Studiosity works alongside the existing advice and help already provided via Academic Tutors, and the Study Skills Service. Studiosity extends our support for you by being available when other support is not (for example, during the evenings and at weekends). To find out more log in to Blackboard.

FAQs for students

Information about Studiosity for staff

To support our strategic focus on student well-being, and assessment and feedback we are piloting an online study skills service for our final-year students, to augment and extend our other initiatives in this area.

Studiosity will be available to all final-year students and will provide on demand, personalised and rapid feedback on key academic skills, such as numeracy. Studiosity works alongside the existing advice and help already provided via Academic Tutors, and the Study Skills Service. Studiosity extends our support for students by being available when other support is not (for example, during the evenings and at weekends). To find out more log in to Blackboard