Learning Centre Workshops

September/October Program 2019

August/September Program 2019

Learning Centre Large Lecture Series - Writing for Academic Success

Writing for Academic Success is a large lecture series of free introductory workshops that will help you write some of the most common academic assignments at University. Writing for Academic Success is designed for first year University students (undergraduate and postgraduate) who are approaching those important first assignments and looking for more guidance in how to write these. The sessions are two hours in length and cover two of the most common academic assignments at university – Essay Writing and Report Writing – and strategies to help you write more clearly and avoid plagiarism in your work. Each session includes a Lecture introducing important concepts, with short activities to illustrate these. The session also includes an opportunity at the end of the lecture to discuss a particular assignment you are working on with one of our teaching team. So bring your questions!

  • Successful essay writing (Course No. 6306) Enrol online
    Mon 19 August 9-11am, Room 351 Education A35
    OR Wed 21 August 5-7pm, Room 351 Education A35
  • Writing reports for the Social Sciences (Course No. 6308) Enrol online
    Fri 23 August 9-11am, Room 424 Education A35
  • Writing reports in Science and Engineering (Course No. 6309) Enrol online
    Mon 26 August 3-5pm, Room 351 Education A35
  • Plagiarism and how to avoid it (Course No. 6310) Enrol online
    Tue 27 August 3-5pm, Room 351 Education A35
  • Clearer writing (Course No. 6311) Enrol online
    Mon 2 September 12-2pm, Room 351 Education A35

Cumberland Campus Workshop Program 2019 - Faculty of Health Science Students

Is your grammar letting you down?

An online version of the workshop "Foundations of Grammar" is available here: