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Level up your assignment skills!

Want to improve your research, writing and referencing skills? Level up with our upcoming assignment skills workshops, just in time for your next round of assessments! We’ve got the following workshop sessions on offer, all happening Friday April 30: Session Description Searching for Sources (ONLINE) Discover how to develop and carry out effective searches using library […]

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Peer Academic Mentoring now available!

Curtin students across all faculties and campuses can now access one-to-one peer academic support, either face-to-face or online. Peer Academic Mentors (PAMs) are current Curtin students excelling in their studies, and can assist with: Academic skills (reading, writing, assignment planning, maths, stats and time management) Faculty or course-specific skills and questions Navigating Blackboard and OASIS […]

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What’s happening – Week 5 (29/03 – 04/04)

Session Description Paraphrasing and avoiding plagiarism (ONLINE) Referencing is an integral part of academic writing. This seminar takes you though paraphrasing, summarising, and synthesising to integrate the ideas of others into your own writing. If you’re wrestling with referencing in your essays, this workshop is for you! Reading effectively (ONLINE) Getting through ‘all that reading’ […]

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Regional assignment skills workshops

Are you a student located in Albany, Bunbury, Geraldton, Karratha or Port Hedland? The Library will be running one-day assignment skills workshops in each location, designed to provide you with the foundation you need for study success! Divided into four sessions, you can opt to attend the entire series or just register for the workshops […]

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UniSkills, our study support site, is now live!

UniSkills, our new and improved academic and study skills support website, is now live! Covering assignment, study, digital and numeracy skills and packed full of interactive modules, UniSkills is a one-stop, easy to use, interactive platform to help you through your university journey. Our site covers five main areas: Assignment skills Here we’ll guide you […]

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Sign up to 23 Things, our free, online digital skills program!

23 Things is back! 23 Things is a self-paced, online program designed to equip you with and enhance the digital skills you need for study, work and life. The program is now recognised by Curtin Extra, which means that completing the requirements entitles you to an additional certificate when you graduate. Covering topics ranging from video editing […]

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Exam and assignment resources

To support you with your upcoming end of semester exams and assignments, we’ve prepared a collection of resources to help you improve your skills and achieve higher grades! Studiosity Accessible to all students through your Blackboard units, Studiosity provides 24/7 writing feedback and the ability to chat with subject experts for one-to-one personal help. Open book […]

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23 Things program begins!

Gear up for a digital world and win prizes with our free 23 Things program! Created by students, for students, the program covers a different technology or digital skill each week, ranging from video editing and coding to 3D modelling, digital storytelling and more. This can be completed anywhere, at anytime, and Curtin students who participate […]

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Reading Lists: information for semester two

With the commencement of semester two, teaching staff are reminded to arrange access to unit readings through the Library’s Reading List system. The Course Quality Manual states that all units must have a list except where limited by legislative requirements or the external environment in which the unit is offered. In particular, all learning resources […]

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Studiosity: Free learning support for Curtin students

Are you studying a first-year unit? Need help with your assignments? If you answered yes to both of the above give Studiosity a try! Studiosity can provide you with 24/7 access to FREE online personalised feedback for short writing submissions. Or chat live to real advisors who are experts in their fields and have your questions answered quickly. You […]

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