Study resources for University of Oxford

Access comprehensive academic support through University of Oxford's Academic Support. They provide a range of resources, including workshops, tutorials, and study guides, to enhance students' learning experiences. Whether students need help with time management, essay writing, or exam preparation, the Study Spaces offers valuable guidance to excel in their studies. Students can drop by their office or contact +44 (0)18 6527 4646 them at for more information.

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Oxford University's Learning Central

The Teaching and Learning Centre provides a dynamic and centralized platform for accessing course materials, submitting assignments, and engaging in online discussions with lecturers and peers. Students can familiarize themselves with the Learning Central to maximize its potential for enhancing their learning experiences. Should they encounter any difficulties, they can contact IT Services for technical support.

The university libraries are valuable resources for studies.

All Oxford students have access to the University's network of libraries, collectively known as The Bodleian Libraries. There are twenty-six libraries across the city, including the central University library, the Bodleian Old Library, located on Catte Street. Whether students need to conduct research, study in a quiet environment, or borrow textbooks, the libraries provide essential support. Students can check their websites for opening hours and available services.

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Need help with specific subject areas?

The Peer Support Program provides academic support through student-led study sessions. Leaders, who have excelled in their courses, facilitate interactive group sessions designed to enhance understanding, consolidate learning and generate feedback.

Peer Support also known as peer assessment sessions are available for various subjects and modules. Students can reach out to academic department, the Student Union, or visit Peer Support for more information about Peer Assisted Learning sessions, schedules, and subject areas covered at the University of Oxford.

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Enhance research skills through workshops and resources provided by the university's Research Development and Training program.

Every year the Humanities training team organizes around 200 training courses, workshops and events for doctoral students and postdocs. These courses respond to the skills and professional development needs of doctoral students and postdocs.

Students can visit the Researcher Development website to find out more, including current opportunities and details of past events.

What is the Peer Support Programme and how can I benefit from it?

The Peer Support Programme pairs students with experienced mentors who can provide guidance and support throughout their university journey. To find the names of your college's Peer Supporters, log in to Canvas via SSO.

How can I get technical support for IT services at the university?

Students can get technical support for IT services by contacting IT Services at 01865 (6)12345 they must have their University Card to hand. They can also log a support call online using their Single-Sign On; online requests will be processed between 8:30am and 5:00pm weekdays.

How can I access the Study Spaces services at the University of Oxford?

Certainly! The Space Finder tool allows you to easily check the availability of study spaces in all the Bodleian Libraries with just one search. If, for some reason, you are unable to use the space you reserved, please be considerate and cancel it. You can do this by sending an email to

Are there group study spaces available on campus?

The NOC Library provides a Group Study Room that library users can reserve. This room can accommodate up to 4 people and is suitable for both group and individual work. The NOC Library is situated in the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Headington, Oxford. So, if you're looking for a space to collaborate or focus on your own studies, you can book the Group Study Room at the NOC Library.

What are some of the topics covered in Academic Skills Workshops?

Academic Skills Workshops cover a range of topics, including critical thinking, practice interviews, and exam revision strategies. Events are held within the campus site or virtually and we offer organizations opportunities to conduct various skill workshops. They can check the university's events calendar or contact +44 (0) 1865 274646 for information on upcoming workshops.