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8 study strategies to help you succeed

You may still be reeling from the long hours of studying you clocked last semester. Or you may be feeling languid after hibernating during the cold mid-semester break or dreaming about your next holiday. The reality is, if it hasn’t sunk in, Semester 2 has started.

If you are serious about your academic . . . → Read More: 8 study strategies to help you succeed

5 ways to survive a “libraryless” Easter break

Getting anxious about your research or essay writing during the five days when the campus libraries are closed over Easter? Chill, you can plan ahead and get some serious work done. Seriously.

We know you like to be deep in study mode in the welcoming spaces of the library, amidst the scent of books, the relative quiet, . . . → Read More: 5 ways to survive a “libraryless” Easter break

Improve your listening and speaking with Essential Academic Skills in English (EASE)

Improve your academic listening and speaking skills with these  Essential Academic Skills in English (EASE) interactive programs.

Using your headset, you can watch video clips and do interactive exercises at your own pace.  The program provides feedback, tips and suggestions.

To access these programs you will first  need to log in with your Authcate password.

Program 1: Listening to Lectures 
Find out . . . → Read More: Improve your listening and speaking with Essential Academic Skills in English (EASE)

Survival week at the Library

Do you need study tips? Are you not sure where to start with your essay or assignment?

The Library offers drop-in sessions, classes and resources throughout semester specially designed to get you on the right track with your course.   At  drop-in sessions, which are open to all students, you can discuss an aspect of your studies with . . . → Read More: Survival week at the Library

New online guides for Semester Two

Over the semester break, Library staff have been developing new online resources to assist students and staff in their pursuit of academic excellence. These include:

A full guide to the Harvard referencing system has been prepared which covers how to reference every conceivable type of document or communication.  It offers comprehensive information to supplement the Citing and referencing . . . → Read More: New online guides for Semester Two