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Social Work

Community Care Inform Drop in sessions

Every Month Community Care Inform hosts an interactive demonstration of how their platform can support you. We look forward to you joining a session and learning how Community Care Inform supports you both with essay writing and understanding social work theory and provides support with your placements through practice scenario videos, webinars, podcasts and much more!

The demonstration will only be 30 minutes, we will go through the basics of logging in, searching for content and highlighting key topic areas and various content options. The next sessions will be at 14:00-14:30 on

To join one of these demonstrations, you will be provided with a Microsoft Teams link through an Outlook invite, to sign up, please click here.

Ask your Social Sciences, Humanities and Law Librarians

This is your one-stop-shop for your research and study skills for social sciences, humanities and law.

If you have any questions please ask one of our friendly Social Sciences, Humanities & Law librarians.

 

Fran Porritt

email icon  f.porritt@tees.ac.uk

Patricia Crosier

email icon  p.crosier@tees.ac.uk

Fred Milton

email icon  f.milton@tees.ac.uk

 

The library offers bookable 1:1 and small group tutorials for support with:

If you book a small group tutorial, please provide all details (name and student number) of those attending so we can book an appropriate sized space or email MS Teams links. In a group tutorial, support will be generic for your course of study. We are are unable to discuss individual cases in a group session. 

If you are a member of academic staff and require help with Reading Lists Online, then please e-mail us.

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What’s on - Succeed@Tees calendar of scheduled sessions.

To participate in an online workshop, click on the session title in the calendar. You should then be able to see the URL to access that session in the event description.

For guidance on using BlackBoard Collaborate go to the Help pages on Blackboard 

Guidance on using Microsoft Teams is available here from Digital Futures

Various help guides on Teams are available from the Microsoft website 

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