Introducing Studiosity – 24/7 academic skills support for students

In the latest Student Experience Survey, you told us that you want ongoing services and support that will help you to be successful in your studies.

We heard you, and we’re pleased to announce that from Session 2, UOW is introducing Studiosity – a free online service that provides guidance and feedback on your academic skills, 24/7.

With Studiosity you’ll have on-demand and online access to friendly subject consultants to help you with core concepts around Maths, English, Science, Business, study skills and more.

How does Studiosity work?

Constructive writing feedback in less than 24 hours

Upload your written draft and in less than 24 hours a Studiosity consultant specialising in the English language will send it back with relevant comments, suggestions and encouragement for how you can improve your own work. This might include helping you understand an assignment question, provide advice on research skills, help you improve grammar or structure etc.

Connect Live for one-to-one help in real time

If you prefer to work through your questions with a real person, you can do that via an interactive classroom using chat, a collaborative whiteboard and file sharing.

How will Studiosity help you?

Studiosity can help you when you’re stuck or need some guidance on how to improve your work. It can also help increase your confidence with your study and writing too – in fact, 92% of students who use the service say they feel more confident after using Studiosity.

As the service is online, and on-demand, you can get the support you need, when you need it.

How to access Studiosity

From the beginning of Session 2, 2021 you will be able to access your free Studiosity account by clicking on the “Studiosity: 24/7 study help” link in your Moodle subject site.

The link should look something like this:


Once you’ve clicked on the ‘Studiosity: 24/7 study help’ link, you’ll be taken into your account. To set this up, you’ll need to create a 4-digit PIN, so be sure you make it something you’ll remember.

When you first access Studiosity you'll be asked to agree to the Studiosity Privacy and Cookies Policy and Acceptable Use Policy. Accepting these terms will provide Studiosity with your name, UOW email address and subject ID.

Studiosity: Live study help, anywhere

Studying can be challenging, especially when you start stressing over a problem.

Don't worry, Studiosity is here to help.

Wherever you are, we're there with you too.

Studiosity offers personal, online support, anywhere.

From our dedicated team of Subject Specialists, we'll work with you to get you the help you need, giving you the confidence and essential skills to succeed.

You can connect live with us to chat, illustrate, and even upload diagrams and files to work through your question with a Specialist in real-time.

Remember, whenever you feel stuck, just look for Studiosity.

What other UOW academic support services are available?

UOW’s Learning Development Unit offers free resources, seminars and personalised consultations to enrolled students seeking to improve their academic performance.


Experienced academics from a variety of backgrounds can offer advice on writing, structuring your assignments, referencing, giving presentations, maths and stats, study methods, and understanding assignment questions. Consultations are available through online drop-ins and booked consultations – find out more on the Learning Co-Op website.


You can access free seminars including the Study, Write, Present (SWP) series, which explains academic expectations and advice about studying, writing, and speaking in the university context. Specific seminars for Maths and Stats, Nursing and HDR students are also available. Register to attend a seminar here.

Free resources

The Study, Write, Present Moodle site is an online self-paced resources that provides resources on effective study strategies, effective reading strategies, analysing an assignment question, finding and evaluating information, referencing and much more.

We also have a wide range of free handouts on academic study matters, such as time management, note-taking, writing, avoiding plagiarism, preparing for exams etc. The full range of resources are available on the Learning Development website.