This interactive content was made by Maynooth University. Going through this interactive content should help enable you to better source and evaluate information which you will use in your academic writing.
This interactive content is created by Maynooth University. Going through these interactive videos and quizzes can help you understand plagiarism and how to avoid it.
This resource gives a few memory strategies which you may enjoy and like to implement to help you better remember information.
This page, made by UG, takes you through four pages which aim to help understand and implement critical thinking into your academic writing.
This is a hub of free courses, articles, activities, and resources curated by the Open University aimed at helping new students take their first steps at university. There are courses on practical topics, such as learning to recognise plagiarism, embrace good studying habits, and preparation for exams and essays, as well as on more specific topics including arts, science, maths, business, and mental health and wellbeing.
DigiLanguages is a project funded by Ireland’s National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, which aims to offer flexible support for language learners during various transition periods. The site provides a series of mini-lessons on various topics.
This resource consists of several micro courses focused on learning in a digital age, digital literacies for online learning, digital citizenship, open education, copyright, open licensing, media literacies, and digital skills. These courses can help grow your digital competencies and improve your capacity as a digital learner.
The Student Success Toolbox is a series of short courses aimed at flexible learners (such as mature, part-time, and online/distance learning students) to help them assess their readiness for and lay the foundations for successfully undertaking and completing a college programme. The digital tools provided help students assess various factors to consider when considering returning to education, such as time management and computer skills level.
This page of NUIG’s Academic Skills Hub gives links to guides, apps, and resources on developing your IT and digital skills in college, including information on digital badges you can earn and how to get the most out of resources like Outlook.