Study Skills, part of the Study Skills and Careers unit in Student Engagement, provides a range of face-to-face and online study help programs for UC and UCC students. These programs include face-to-face and online workshops, interactive study modules, unit and subject-specific help programs, and more.
Study Skills workshops
In 2015, Study Skills is running workshops at multiple times each week of semester, where students can get help with professional and academic writing skills, assessment tasks, finding journal articles and other resources, referencing, time management and study techniques, exam preparation and more.
Workshops for help with specific assignments will also be run close to assignment due dates, check back in February 2015 for more information.
Study Skills interactive study modules
The Study Help moodle site, www.canberra.edu.au/studyhelp, contains a number of interactive online modules, available for students to access 24/7. These modules allow you to develop skills and check your understanding of topics including structuring assignments, referencing, reading for understanding, maths and stats, time management, exam preparation, wellbeing and more.
Smarthinking is a free service that UC students can use to get help with assignment structure as well as discipline-specific tutoring. You can access Smarthinking through the Student Tools menu in Moodle.
Study Skills learning resources
The Student Learning Resources Moodle site contains a number of online resources on topics including time management, writing, assignment structure and much more. Students can self-enrol in this site via Student Learning Resources.
Study Skills orientation
Study Skills Orientation at UC can be done at any time. For more information see the Study Skills Orientation.
Study Skills information for staff
The Study Skills and Careers unit is responsible for providing study skills development, learning support and career development support for UC and UCC students. For more information download the flyer below:
To contact the Study Skills and Careers unit, email firstname.lastname@example.org.