·· helping you to develop your learning skills ·· meeting with you on a regular basis to set and review targets ·· facilitating enquiries about careers and further study, and referring you to our specialist services where necessary ·· providing a first point of contact for personal or academic concerns. You are expected to: ·· take responsibility for your own learning ·· seek advice or help if you need it ·· attend any scheduled meetings with your tutor ·· notify your tutor if you are going to be absent.
Learning Resources & IT The Learning Resources Centres (LRCs) are the main study centres for students, with books, journals and DVDs as well as a wide variety of e-books and e-resources. All our e-books and e-resources can be accessed either at College or at home via Moodle, our virtual learning environment. For some of these you will need to have an ATHENS password – please speak to LRC staff for details, they will be happy to help. Qualified and experienced learning resources staff are available to give help and advice on finding all the resources you need, and there is also a range of helpful information on Moodle’s learning resources page. We can also help you develop your study skills. Please ask for details. 11