Teaching

Workshops

Workshops and lectures to develop your skills.

Who can access workshops?

Academic Skills run workshops for:

  • All enrolled students (Undergraduate, Graduate Coursework and Graduate Research);
  • Academic Staff
  • Professional Staff

Other resources

How to access workshops

  • Look for workshops on the Calendar
  • Book the workshop online through the link provided

Study & Learning Drop-ins: Academic Writing

The Study & Learning Drop-ins cover Math & Stats, Library Research Skills and Academic Writing.

Math & Stats: daily, 12 - 2pm

Library Research Skills: daily, 1 - 5pm

Academic Writing: daily, 12 - 6pm

Who can access Drop-in Sessions?

  • All coursework students (undergraduate and graduate - research students should book an individual tutorial)

Special instructions

  • Please make sure you bring along a hard copy of your work.

More info

How to access Drop-in Sessions

During Semester, sessions start in week 3 and end after SWOT Vac:

Drop-Ins are up to 15 minutes long and may be shorter if there is high demand.

Writing Drop-in versus booked Individual Appointments: Unsure of which service to use? This table will help.

Individual appointments

Meet an Academic Skills Adviser one-on-one for advice on academic skills.

Who can access appointments?

  • All currently enrolled students.
  • Students not based at Parkville, Southbank & Burnley, can book a virtual appointment via video link (Zoom).

Special instructions

  • Bring along a hard copy of your work, the task instructions and the assessment criteria.

How to access individual appointments


Why see an Academic Skills adviser?

An adviser can help you:

  • develop skills such as academic writing, referencing, English language development, revision strategies and time management.
  • identify where you can improve, discuss improvement strategies, and refer you to relevant resources.

Advisers cannot be booked for proofreading, take-home exam course advice or IT questions. See our Academic Skills Advising Good Practice Guidelines for more information.

Hear what students say about their experience with individual appointments (previously itutes)

Notes about appointments

  • Individual appointments are limited to 25 minutes each, 4 sessions a semester (and no more than 1 in a week). If you book more than one appointment in a week, the additional appointment may be cancelled.
  • However, students with Disability Impact Statements, Special Consideration, who are undertaking RHD courses, or similar, may have alternative arrangements made for them. Speak to your adviser.
  • Click here for more information

Cancellation and Missed Appointment Policy:

  • If you miss an appointment, it will count as one of your 4 sessions.
  • Cancel or change a booking online

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Other assistance

For help with maths, statistics and law: