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Students who are able to study from home or in their accommodation should do so and avoid travelling to campus.
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Are you looking to develop skills for reading and synthesising a large number and different types of academic texts for writing? Come and join our sessions to learn more about academic reading skills.
Our aim is to help you develop more efficient and effective reading skills for coursework assessment.
These workshops focus on a range of academic reading strategies to manage your reading for assignments more effectively. They will be of most benefit to students who speak English as a second or additional language.
Academic reading – purposes and strategies
Taking effective notes
Reading a review
Reading a research report
Comparing and synthesising sources
Members from all faculties, undergraduate and postgraduate students, research students and staff, are welcome. Sessions in Semester 2 are the same as those in Semester 1.
Regular attendance is important to ensure that you get full benefit of the course. Students who attend 75% of the course will be eligible for a Certificate of Participation.
Click here to view the Syllabus.
To join this event, use this link at the time of the event.