This article gives information on how to improve your thinking skills through the use of mind maps.
The Academic Skills Unit (ASK) offers a wide range of resources, workshops and tutorials for students to use.
The team have put the guide below together to provide help with thinking skills through the use of mind maps.
Mind mapping is a useful way to plan your essays and other assignments, and to help structure your writing well.
These are just some of the resources ASK has to offer.
Need further help?
ASK offer one-to-one tutorials which can provide guidance on the skills used to plan or structure your work, additional online resources as well as workshops on a series of topics throughout the year.
Contact details and opening hours for the Academic Skills Unit (ASK) are available here.
Information on faculty-based learning support and development tutors is available here.
The University regulation is clear that all work submitted for assessment must be the unaided work of an individual student, therefore ASK cannot help you to write your assignments. However, taking part in ASK sessions will help you to develop your skills and tackle any study-related issues. Please also note that ASK is unable to proofread your work.