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LMH students and UGA at Oxford visiting students
Undergraduate and visiting students at Lady Margaret Hall can book onto a session at any time and do not require the prior approval of their tutors (but we always encourage students to chat with their tutors first). UGA at Oxford visiting students are also welcome to book directly online without prior approval of their programme organisers. If you are an LMH undergraduate, LMH visiting student, or a UGA at Oxford visiting student, please book a session now on our online scheduler.
COVID-19 Update— Please note that OSSC will be offering remote study skills sessions in Trinity Term 2020 via Microsoft Teams with a limited number of sessions via phone and email.
NEW!! —Online Library Adviser Sessions—OSSC has partnered with the LMH Library to offer Library Adviser Sessions. These sessions are an opportunity for support in using online library resources. Emmy Ingle (LMH Senior Library Assistant) will be available to answer questions by Skype or email. The session will be directed by what you would find most useful, but could include topics like how to find e-books and where to look for databases in your subject.
Study skills support for students at participating colleges
OSSC runs termly study skills group sessions at Pembroke for undergraduates. If you think that you would benefit from a one-to-one session, Pembroke’s OSSC-trained Study Advisers are available to work with you. Please see Pembroke’s Academic Support page for more page for more details or contact Philippa White directly in the Pembroke Academic Office.
If you are an undergraduate at SJC, please check your emails for information from the College Office about the termly academic skills group sessions and ‘Shut up and write’ sessions that OSSC runs at SJC. These sessions also include the opportunity to speak one-to-one to a specialist OSSC Study Adviser.
If you are an undergraduate at Wadham, please check your emails for information about the twice termly study skills workshops that OSSC runs at Wadham. If you think that you would benefit from a one-to-one session, Wadham’s OSSC-trained Study Advisers are available to work with you. Please see Wadham’s Study Advice webpage for more information.
If you are not at one of the above colleges, please see our For Colleges page to learn more about how Oxford colleges can participate is OSSC.