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Online resources

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In addition to 1:1 consultations and workshops, SASS has a number of resources available online to help you.

The Academic skills and writing resources section offers downloadable PDFs, tools and templates on a wide variety of topics, like time management, academic stress, presentation skills, thesis statements, paragraph structure, grammar, and academic integrity.

For Fall 2020, SASS has created Academics 101, a series of self-study online tutorials designed to introduce students to undergraduate studies online.  As well, you can review our resource on online learning and the pandemic-specific Making it work … from home, a compendium of strategies to help keep you focused and motivated while tackling your courses online during an unfamiliar and stressful period.

Our upper-year volunteers, the SASS peers (PLAs and PWAs), post a weekly blog during the fall and winter terms. Check out our archives for candid, helpful and often funny posts on surviving and thriving as a Queen’s student.

The assignment planner and thesis manager can help you plan and manage larger assignments.

The Subject-specific academic resource guide lists resources and supports across faculties and academic departments at Queen’s.

SASS respects internationally accepted guidelines for accessibility. Our resources and workshops follow Queen’s accessibility standards and are available in alternate formats upon request.