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These resources will help you to: build your digital and information literacy skills, navigate new and familiar technologies, and link in to support networks at Oxford Brookes.
How can you make the best use of digital tools for study, employment, and life, without being overwhelmed or compromised by them?
Click on the icons on the library shelves above to view our activity 'tasters' and learn more about how you can build up your skills for study, employment and life.
Once you're ready, enrol onto the Digital Capabilities for Students course using the button below.
This course will introduce you to digital tools to save you time and improve your work.
The Academic Integrity course will be arriving in January 2020.
Benefit from the Oxford Brookes support networks.
Academic Liaision Librarians, Wellbeing, Centre for Academic Development (formerly Upgrade), Careers, counsellors, academics and professional staff will help you navigate your studies and get onto a solid career path.
Visit our Wellbeing staff who will help enhance your learning, emotional, physical, and spiritual life.
Your Academic Liaison Librarians are waiting to inspire you on ways to make best use of digital resources.
Book a tutorial with a Centre for Academic Development advisor today and get advise on how to reach your full potential.
Visit Brookes Careers to 'activate': job vacancies, employability resources, for help with your CV, and to ask questions.
Visit our technology enhanced learning support pages to get help with Moodle, submitting your work, and more.
Coming Soon in the next Academic Year
The Academic Integrity Course is for all students. Use these tools to find your academic voice and confidence whatever your background as a new student at Brookes.