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One-to-One Appointments

Learning Development Service
One-to-One Appointment

LDS offers one-to-one appointments to all undergraduate students at Queen's University. These appointments help support the development of academic skills such as: academic writing, referencing, critical thinking, study skills, research skills, presentation skills, and time management. LDS one-to-one appointments encourage you to become a more confident and independent learner.

You can book an LDS one-to-one appointment on MyFuture using your Queen’s login.
If you are having problems booking a one-to-one appointment via MyFuture, please email us at

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About one-to-one appointments

A one-to-one appointment is a dedicated session which focuses on helping you study and prepare for ongoing assessments. You will meet with one of our team to discuss your learning and to develop a plan of action. You have the option to request an online or in-person appointment. If you are unable to book an appointment via My Future, please contact us directly at

We also have a wide range of academic skills resources available for you to access at any time. Please visit Transition Skills for University to find out more!

If you have booked an LDS one-to-one in-person appointment, your appointment will be held in Student Support Room 4 on the first floor of One Elmwood.

What can I expect from the appointment?

If you are interested in booking an appointment with the Learning Development Service, find out what you can expect and how best to prepare for it.

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Guide to attending an appointment

How can I book an appointment?

You can book an online or in-person appointment a maximum of 15 days in advance. You can check upcoming available appointments on MyFuture.
• Online appointments will be on MS Teams and you will be sent an invite ahead of the appointment.
• In-person appointments will be conducted in a Student Support room on Level 1 of One Elmwood.

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Are you a postgraduate student at Queen's?

The Learning Development Service supports undergraduate students in Queen’s. If you are a postgraduate student and require academic skills support, please contact The Graduate School at

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