Helping all students improve their academic language & learning
Learning Development offers free resources, seminars and consultations to enrolled students seeking to improve their academic performance. These are all now available online using Zoom, Webex or Moodle.
Who are we?
Dr Leonie Watson is the Learning Development Academic for UOW South Western Sydney campus. You can contact her here: email@example.com
Learning Development offers individual support for assignment and study needs, including:
- Understanding your assessment task
- Effective reading
- Evaluating sources
- Referencing and avoiding plagiarism
- Academic writing
- Analysis and argument
- Interpreting feedback.
To make an appointment, join The Learning Curve Moodle Site and book an appointment. You can self-enrol in the site at any time. Contact Leonie or the Student Hub to find out how.
Learning Development offers academic skills workshops online which include:
- Reading for Assignments
- Academic Writing
- Maths Support
- Exam Preparation
All workshops are completely free. Workshop slides are available from The Learning Curve Moodle site.
Our specialist Maths and Statistics Lecturer, Dr David Hartley, offers individual and group maths consultations to students in all faculties, including help to understand concepts and work through exercises.
For more information, phone 42213977 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Development also runs programs on academic skills within Faculties. Most programs are offered within first year subjects and are tailored to meet the needs of students within particular disciplines. Staff can request that Learning Development provide such programs within their faculties or subjects.
Learning Development provides a range of printable writing and study skills resources to help you improve your academic performance at University. These resources are free and include information on
- time management
- study techniques
- academic writing
- essay writing
- report writing
- critical thinking
- mathematics skills
Learning Co-Op website
The Learning Co-Op is a hub of information including a range of resources about getting organised, study skills and the types of academic writing and referencing required at University. You can also access academic support when Leonie isn’t available. Access the Learning Co-Op.