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Hall 905, 9th floor, School of Philosophy

(+30) 210 7277908

Monday-Friday, 09:00-16:00

The Self-Access Learning Centre is equipped with 22 work stations for students who wish to work at the Faculty, as they may do in the Library, which is right across the corridor from the Centre and which is also equipped with 18 work stations for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The Centre offers students:

  • access to the Internet
  • access to the e-classes of various courses
  • on-line and off-line study materials for:
  • language development
  • remedial language practice
  • development of academic literacy skills
  • ICT tutorials for the enhancement of computer skills
  • seminars on how to use the internet and search for material needed for project work and research papers

Among the immediate aims of the Centre are:

  • to provide programmes for self-directed work with the English language
  • to familiarize students with self-study techniques
  • to make them aware of the technological developments in the area of education, and particularly language education
  • to promote self-evaluation and assessment

In the near future

  • students will be offered opportunities at the Centre to take part in producing (self-) study materials

The Centre plans to

  • participate in funded projects for the development of materials for academic self-study and remedial self-directed learning.