Study more effectively

Advice, guidance and support on any aspect of your studies is available from a range of services at LSE.  Make sure you know where to go to access this.

Study support

  • Study skills events, 1:1 sessions (for quantitative and qualitative courses) provided by LSE Life
  • For specialist software and Assistive Technology see IT Accessibility
  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP) group and 1:1 sessions provided by the Language Centre
  • Research skills and library skills training run by the Library
  • For further information about learning technology see Learning Technology and Innovation (LTI)
  • Online learning resources via Moodle

Your Inclusion Plan records agreed “reasonable adjustments” and is circulated with your consent on a need-to-know basis. Examples may include:

  • 1:1 specialist support for students (eg for students with dyslexia/ dyspraxia and other Specific Learning Difficulties, ADHD, ASD, mental health difficulties and other disabilities)
  • Longer loan periods for most library books 
  • Subsidised printing and photocopying
  • Access to priority workstations in the library
  • A library 'buddy' to help you access materials and resources
  • use of specialist software and assistive technology
  • IT support and assistive technology
  • Exam adjustments are made separately via SSC - see here

Departmental arrangements

Recommendations can be made to your department in your Inclusion Plan. These are intended to facilitate your access to lectures, seminars and other events.

Examples of department arrangements

  • lecture slides provided electronically in advance
  • permission to record lectures/ seminars/ meetings
  • directed reading lists
  • use of ergonomic chair 

 

 

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