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Your Guide to Learning Resources: Help and support available

Subject LibGuides

Here you will find all the resources available for your subject area, all in one place.  These pages include links to Journals, Books, EBooks, Databases,  professional and recommended websites, along with information on assignment writing and how to boost your grades 

Libguides

Bite Sized Guides

Learning Resources have created a variety of video guides which will help you access our systems and services, Including how to access; Emails, office 365 and ebooks. 

Bookable Information and Support Sessions

Our informal academic skills sessions are full of useful information, tips and practical exercises to help you develop the skills you need to get the most from your studies.

Our sessions include:

 

To book a session please contact any of the Learning Resources Centres.

Please see contact details on the left hand side of this page.

We can also provide 1:1 support to suit your needs. Please speak to a member of the Learning Resources Team to arrange this. 

Learning Resource Support

Staff are available to give help with general Library and IT enquiries during all staffed Library opening times. You can contact us in person, by email or over the phone. Our contact details can be found on the lefthand side of this page. 

Additional Learning Support (ALS)

Additional Learning Support are a large team consisting of Tutors, LSAs (Learning Support Assistants), LSOs (Learning Support Officers), Coordinators and Administrative Staff.

Each member of the team is available to discuss with you the support that Wigan and Leigh College offer.

Additional Learning Support exists to ensure that you are working to your full potential and offering support that will enable you to overcome any barriers to learning that you may have. A barrier to learning may be because of a difficulty or disability; however, you do not need to have a 'recognised' difficulty or disability to access support at the college.  

Additional Learning Support