Become a Learning Advocate and earn St George’s Award Points

Students studying

What does a learning advocate do?

Working with Ka-Ming Pang (Librarian) or Janette Myers (Senior Lecturer in Student Learning) you will:

  • Promote learning activities to your peers
  • Review or evaluate learning resources and activities
  • Design learning materials

For example: write a review of an information skills session or a Study+ Resource, livetweet a workshop or training session, take part in a Library or Study+ focus group or a survey.

Is this part of the George’s Award?

Yes it is. The number of points depends on the level of involvement and time needed. See the Study+ Learning Advocates page in Moodle for the list of possible activities with allocated George’s Award points:

How to get involved

Contact Janette Myers or Ka-Ming Pang (depending on the activity) who will register you as a Learning Advocate and give you guidance on how to take part.