Our world has been turned upside down in recent weeks but there’s lots of help available to support your learning and teaching.
Find out how the library is still here to help you during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Online learning may be new to your students, but it is business as usual for academic skills. Here’s a summary of the support we provide to improve their online learning, writing, referencing, and numeracy skills.
Building on the success of the 2019 Unsymposium, submissions are now open for the 2020 Unsymposium.
It’s been a bumpy start to the year. This includes challenges with learning and teaching-related technology (starting with Adobe Connect) but there are also some good news stories on that front as well. Read on.
Just-in-time strategies can keep businesses responsive and productive. JIT delivery of literacy support can have the same effect on students. Read on to find some easy ways to support your students’ literacy development.
The new “Getting started with the library” module is designed to help orientate students to the Library.
The Library’s Online Library Workshops are running again in February and March. These workshops will introduce your students to a range of resources and services to help them with their studies.
A new referencing style, a new DLT, new contract cheating alerts, L&T Symposium confirmed…welcome to 2020
Transitioning to APA (7th ed.)? Looking for ways to support the development of your students’ literacy skills in 202030? No problem. Here are some easy-to-implement resources and strategies that will help you support the development of your students’ literacy and referencing skills.