Rimini Campus

PEER EDUCATION | Student Assistants in Information Literacy also in English Language

The Peer education service offers a peer help to create a learning commons space among students.

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Who are Peer Educators?

Peer Educators are students who, after receiving an in-depth training, offer one-on-one consultations to students, at the Library. 

Which kind of help do Peer Educators offer?

Peer Educators may help you to enhance search strategies, database use, and references lay out. A peer help, open to all students and across the disciplines, to develop self reliance and skills in gathering the right material related to your academic program, avoiding plagiarism and unreliable information.  You may book up to 1 hour per day, within 24 hours before the identified day. If you can't book in time, you may be able to have a drop-in session, that is without an appointment. 

How to book a meeting with a Peer Educator?

To book a meeting with a Peer Educator please choose a Peer Educator among the box below and fill in the online form.

How do drop-in meetings work?

Drop-in meetings are scheduled for same day. The schedule overlaps the Library's opening hours, according to the Peer Educators availability. Drop-in meetings are available on a first-come/first-served basis.

Remember! Peer Educators do not perform the research work for you, but may help you develop effective search strategies.

Data Policy. The information provided during the consultations will be used exclusively by the Library Staff to maintain a data collection register. If you have questions about the collection and use of this information, please contact the