Nonia is a Learning Enhancement Tutor. She is available for one-to-one and small group tutorials for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students. These tutorials are student-led, and can cover anything from researching, planning, drafting and editing written work, to revision, exams, feedback, referencing and other aspects of academic study. Nonia is particularly interested in fostering confidence and independence in her students, to help them develop strategies for managing the demands of university study. You can book a tutorial with Nonia with the Student Support Service reception or on email@example.com.
Nonia leads workshops for students and staff. These focus on creative revision, presentation skills, reflective and critical writing, thesis writing, helpful feedback, and more; please get in touch by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to discuss a workshop idea. Nonia also facilitates PhD writers’ retreats.
Nonia’s current projects focus on embodied writing support, walking tutorials, and writing and wellbeing, including yoga and meditation for writing. Nonia has presented at the Association for Learning Developers in Higher Education conference (2018), the European Association for Teaching Academic Writing’s biennial conference (2017) and UEA’s Learning and Teaching day. Nonia has written on The Benefits, Joys and Risks of Creativity and Innovation in Graduate Writing Support, creating a community of writing practice for the LSE review of books, and writing and wellbeing for UEA’s Learning Highlights.
Nonia is a fellow of the HEA and holds a PhD in Literature from UEA.