Academic skills and practice

Develop the skills you need to succeed at university.

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What is academic practice?

Academic practice is a general term used to describe studying for your degree, which can include writing assignments, reading, referencing and making notes in lectures, as well as critical thinking and reflection.

Make use of the Skills for Study resources provided by the Library with the Getting ready for academic study module. You will need to login using your University of Lincoln credentials to access this learning resource.

More Skills for Study modules, videos and support are available on the pages below:

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