Below you will find the process that students and staff must follow to schedule an appointment with the following Advisors:
- Academic Skills Advisor
- Learning and Teaching Librarian
- Mathematics and Statistics Advisor
Appointments can be booked through our one-to-one appointment page: https://libguides.uos.ac.uk/121/home
Please be aware that students and staff can book up to 1 slot with an Advisor. If you require a follow-up appointment, you can discuss this with your advisor in your initial appointment. Please note that multiple bookings will be cancelled.
Once you have made your booking, you should receive an email confirmation including the time and other relevant details of your one-to-one appointment.
Please arrive at the Library in good time, and either check-in at the Library helpdesk, or take a seat outside the Tutorial Space of the Library, located in the silent study room.
If you have booked a MS Teams appointment, please ensure you are logged in with your university email address. Please do not use any work or personal email accounts for the appointment. For guidance on using or downloading MS Teams, please use this link: https://libguides.uos.ac.uk/academic/microsoft-teams
If for any reason you are unable to attend your appointment, you must cancel up to 2 hours prior to your appointment time. If you do not cancel 2 hours in advance, this will be recorded as a 'used' slot.
Not sure who to book with?
Please visit our team pages for information on the type of Advisor you may wish to meet.
Please note: 1:1 bookable appointments can be made with your Academic Skills Advisers and your Academic Liaison Librarians for your subject area.
If you have any questions, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01473 338700.
You are the author of all of your assignments, it is therefore important that you understand the kinds of support we are able to provide, and the areas which remain your responsibility, as author.
We will not comment on the content of your work or the accuracy of information presented and its relevance to the assignment task. While we will read short sections of your work, we will not proof read entire assignments, rewrite any part of your assignment for you or conduct literature searches for you.