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Learning Development

Learning Development at Southern Sydney campus


Learning Development (LD) provides advice and support to all Southern Sydney enrolled students who wish to improve their assessment results
. At Southern Sydney, students can access this advice and support by making an appointment for an online individual consultation, downloading resources and attending online LD seminars.

 

Academic Consultations (Online)

Appointments for a short or a longer online consultation may be booked via the Learning
Co-op's Academic Consultations page.

Further extensive LD resources (about essay writing, reports, reflections, referencing etc and more) may be found via the “Researching and Writing Assignments – Advice & Support” page of the Southern Sydney campus Moodle site found in the E-learning section of your SOLS. 

Maths and Stats help

Our specialist Maths and Statistics Lecturer, Dr David Hartley, offers online individual and group maths consultations to students in all faculties, including help to understand concepts and work through exercises.

For more information, phone (02) 42213977 or email hartleyd@uow.edu.au

 

Downloadable resources

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 on the Southern Sydney campus moodle and include information on

  • time management
  • study techniques
  • academic writing
  • essay writing
  • report writing
  • note-taking
  • critical thinking

Learning Co-op website

The University of Wollongong has developed an interactive website called Learning Co-op that provides a hub of information for all UOW enrolled students, including Southern Sydney students, on all the additional services available to support students learning, plus a range of resources about getting organised, study skills and the types of academic writing and referencing required at University. The comprehensive site provides a wide range of information to help you practise and develop your academic skills and get help when you need it.

Access to the Learning Co-op website is free and unrestricted.

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