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.
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.
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.
ALLaN has changed its name but will still be providing comprehensive, expert, free, and timely literacy, learning, referencing, and numeracy support for students.
DIT are upgrading one of the Charles Sturt Learning & Development Applications – Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning. Find all you need to know here.
Procrastination is a major issue for many students. To help you to assist your students, several reasons for this are identified, along with apps and ALLaN services which may prove beneficial.
Reading, listening, writing, and learning skills can impact your students’ ability to learn. Here are some easy strategies that can assist.