You can participate virtually via Adobe Connect from any location if you are unable to attend a session on-campuses.
These are only active when a meeting is in progress.
If you are unable to take part in a session because of work or other commitments, video recordings of the sessions will be available through Adobe Connect.
Reading critically for assignments and task responses.
The Australian education system and learning in the university.
An overview of central issues in planning, structuring and writing assignments; common grammatical issues in academic writing.
Introduction to the APA referencing style, different ways of using other writers’ work in your assignment without plagiarising, common referencing problems.
For part-time and off-campus students only.
Visual assignment modes, including individual and group presentations, posters and portfolios.
For Masters coursework/Honours students doing their thesis in this semester.
This session discusses all the basics of writing your minor thesis by breaking it down into multiple chapters each performing specific functions.
This session is not a workshop on the basics of citation and referencing. This Q&A-based session addresses tricky references within the APA style, as well as how we can use MS Word's built-in formatting and styles to produce consistent output.
How are aims, objectives and research questions related? What are the three types of research? This session discusses these topics and helps you fine-tune your research questions.
This session shows how you can construct your epistemology and theoretical framework in a way that allows to explain data and answer your research questions.