Informatics Personal Tutor Guide

Informatics Personal Tutor Guide

A quick guide to Personal Tutor information for Informatics staff

Personal Tutor Guide

A quick guide to Personal Tutor information for Informatics staff

This webpage is intended on being a quick guide to finding existing information for Personal Tutors at the School of Informatics. Please use the search function or alphabetical list of topics on the menu to the left to find the information that you require. Each topic will have a short summary and link to the relevant Informatics Personal Tutor or University page which will have further information available.

You can find more information on what is expected of you as a Personal Tutor on the Role of a Personal Tutor section.

As an Informatics Personal Tutor, please ensure you are signed up to the PT mailing list (linked below, visit Subscriber list – you may need to contact Vicky MacTaggart to ensure you are added). You can send an email to this mailing list if you have any PT-related queries that you would like to discuss with fellow staff.

This information will be reviewed at the start of each academic year. If any links are out of date, please let the Student Support Team know.

Helpful links:

Informatics Personal Tutoring Information (run by Senior Tutor)

New Personal Tutors’ Briefing 2019

Continuing Personal Tutors’ Briefing 2019

Mailing list for


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