The Library’s suite of short video tutorials can help build students’ research skills. Share the…
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.
Whether you are transitioning online, or reviewing your subject, your Faculty Librarians are ready to support you.
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.
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.
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.
If you want to make sure your students are using quality business information then look no further than the library business databases.
Did you use your Academic Skills Coordinator this year? If you didn’t, find out how she might have been able to help make your life easier and improve your students’ performance. Make sure you give her a call in 2020.
Lots of internal PD opportunities to read about this month plus a workshop opportunity from the CRC Association and Library Lowdown discusses Research Data Management and Research Outputs & EDRS