This is the only link your students will need to access Academic Skills support services and resources.
An enterprising group of academics in our very own School of Psychology, lead by Paola Castillo and Robyn Brunton, have been working on an online ‘APA Style and Writing Guide’.
Contact the Academic Skills Coordinator to discuss easy to implement strategies and resources to support the development of your students’ literacy, numeracy, referencing, and learning skills.
Find out more about the Academic Skills model of student support and how the Academic Skills team is set up to help you and your students.
The effort involved in providing useful feedback to students is often wasted because they don’t read, understand, or address the feedback. Feedback literacy is an academic skill that, like any other, needs to be developed. Read on to find out how.
Your Academic Skills Coordinator can assist with support strategies that can develop students’ writing and referencing skills, reducing the temptation to breach academic integrity principles.
As you plan for your Session 2 classes, call on the Academic Skills Coordinator to arrange resources and strategies to provide timely support for your students.
If you’ve noticed writing, referencing, and learning issues common to students in your subject, here are some easy-to-implement strategies to address the problems in future iterations of the subject.
Oils ain’t oils, and errors in referencing and writing are similarly not all the same. These marking criteria instructively differentiate the types of errors students make.
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.