by Jo Lewis, PAL Manager
You’ll probably notice something called ‘PAL’ on your timetable, or maybe you heard about it during Block Zero.
Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) is a student-to-student support scheme which helps you with your transition to university, in particular:
- engaging with your course
- connecting with your peers
- increasing your academic confidence and resilience
- developing good study habits
Online PAL sessions are delivered by second and third students, known as PAL Leaders. They won’t be teaching you, but will facilitate interactive group study sessions giving you the opportunity to ask questions about university life, expectations, course content, online learning and much more!
You’ll also be able to share ideas about assignments, projects and exams – all this in a friendly and collaborative online learning environment. So don’t miss out, you never know, you may go on to be a PAL Leader in the future too!
If PAL doesn’t appear in your timetable and you would like to connect and collaborate with peers, why not attend our online Resilient U PAL sessions? For more information about these student-led sessions, view the Events Diary.
For more information, visit our PAL webpage.