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This self-study pack begins to look at the way we question and write at university.  
It explores the need to understand authorship, interpret data and make the most of your word: by considering these aspects it commences the journey to finding your academic voice. 
This self-study pack encompasses three topics: 

Understanding the Importance of Authorship 
Sprints within this topic begin to introduce what is meant by authorship and why it is important, allowing you to start thinking about your development into becoming an academic author yourself.
Maths and Stats in Action! 
Sprints within this topic introduce you to the idea of critical thinking around data: do you always understand what is being presented to you, and are you confident to question it (especially if it covers an area unfamiliar to you)? 

Finding your Voice 
Sprints within this topic introduce the ways in which you will use your voice in Higher Education (HE), enhancing our understanding of criticality that has been introduced. This will be necessary not only in written pieces while at HE but also beyond that in all your various assessments. 

Important: To access this course, you’ll need to enrol:[

Key InformationPoints40Effort10 hoursPrerequisitesnoneRelease Date12th July 2021
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This self-study pack has been created by Academic and Study Skills Tutors within the Learner Development Team and the Library to help prepare you for the step up to university. If you have any questions about this self-study pack please email