Politics and International Relations: Help

Library help

Ask the Library for help via live chat, phone, email, or access our suite of self-help resources.

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

Navigate to the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) for EASS page

What is PASS?

  • facilitated by students who have excelled in particular courses
  • assist you with understanding of course content
  • conducted in a relaxed and informal environment
  • absolutely FREE! - check the timetable and attend any session

Click on the link below to see the timetable and location

IT Help

The Student Software Catalogue allows students to access a range of applications from their own device, even at home. This includes a range of software which can be downloaded and installed, or accessed via the web.

 

LinkedIn Learning

 

Teach yourself with LinkedIn Learning which is an online library of high-quality instructional videos on the the use of the latest software, tools and skills, with over 4,000 courses. Access the playlist for Politics and International Relations here

Need expert help?
Log an IT Help Desk request.

 

Referencing

Referencing Roadmap

Need help referencing? Follow the roadmap!

More help:

Store and organise all your references in one place throughout your studies.

In particular you can:

  • organise references in groups
  • quickly add (directly export) references into your 'Library'
  • easily find the full text
  • automatically create in-text citations and a reference list when writing assignments

The Library supports the Referencing tool EndNote

EndNote guide

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Study Support

Study Help Online Resources

Visit Study Help, an online hub packed with resources on assignment writing, referencing, study skills, Maths help and more. 

 

Writing Support

 


 

 

Studiosity offers an ‘online classroom’, where you can chat with a learning adviser. The associated 'Check Mate' service helps with English, writing and referencing.