Know when to ask for help! Particularly at the beginning of your course, you may struggle with one or more of your subjects as you adjust to academic life in a new college in a new country.
It is okay to ask for help and much better if you ask for help early in your course so we have time to help you along with your studies. In contrast to what you may be used to, it is your responsibility to seek assistance - nobody will come looking for you if you haven't asked for help. There are well established support services in the National College of Ireland so if you need any assistance with your studies, please contact us.
The Library Help Centre provides a professional, friendly and free service to all NCI students in every discipline and at every level of academic study at NCI.
We offer one-to-one and small group support that focuses on helping you to become an independent learner so you can succeed in whatever challenges you face throughout your course at NCI.
How can the Library Help Centre support you?
Library Resources & Research:
Referencing & Avoiding Plagiarism:
Improve Your Grades:
Owing to the current isolation restrictions, we cannot currently offer face to face appointments, but please be aware we are still fully operational in terms of offering remote assistance for your assignments and research. If we can be of any help whatsoever, please do not hesitate to email us.
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