I understand how my course is structured and what I will need to do in each year of my degree.
I know what I will be doing this term.
I know what I will be doing for the next seven days.
I know what I will have to do to succeed in my degree.
I am getting a very wide understanding of my chosen subjects.
I am mastering some topics in great depth.
I know that I will graduate with the skills, knowledge and experiences that I need for the future.
I am a confident and active participant in seminars and workshops.
I can confidently stand before an audience and talk for ten minutes about a topic related to my degree.
I have my own personal style, and am confident in using it in my academic work.
I can come up with my own ideas on an academic topic and confidently use them in my work.
I am comfortable taking risks and making mistakes.
I am adept at planning my own study activities effectively.
I can effectively plan study activities with a group of other students.
When writing an essay, I can search for and use a wide range of authoritative online and printed academic sources.
I am confident in citing and summarizing academic sources in my essays without committing plagiarism.
I can use online video and audio (iTunesU, podcasts) to help me be more creative.
Wikipedia is a great source of knowledge for my essays.
My tutors are my best source of support when I have a problem with my work.
Other students are my best source of support when i have a problem with my work.
The feedback from my tutors makes sense and helps me to improve.
I feel that I am part of an academic community doing important research work.
I feel a strong sense of “belonging” to Warwick University.
Technology is used effectively to enhance my course.
I use excellent technologies for my individual or group work.
I enjoy and value opportunities to share my ideas online.
Excellent learning spaces are used to enhance the teaching in my course.
I use excellent study spaces for my individual or group work.
Actively participating is a better way to learn than just listening.
Participating in drama, role-play and simulations is an effective way to learn creatively.
Written essays should in some cases be replaced with video or audio recording projects.