Free Assistance For Your Study Needs
Learning Development offers assistance to all enrolled students who wish to improve their academic skills. Academic skills seminars, self access learning resources and individual consultations are provided at the Batemans Bay campus.
Who are we?
Ann Walker is the Learning Development lecturer based at Batemans Bay who provides workshops and individual consultations. Kay Walters offers Math support.
Where are we?
Learning Development is located in office G15, next door to the Common Room.
Consultations are free and generally last for one hour. It is wise to book a week ahead, as demand for consultations can be very high. The Learning Development lecturer will discuss your academic work with you and guide you towards effective learning and writing strategies. Please bear in mind that this is a teaching – not proofreading – service. Email consultations are available by negotiation. Consultations can be booked directly with Ann or Kay or through the Campus office on 4472 2125.
- Ann Walker (email firstname.lastname@example.org) is available:
- Monday: 9:00 - 11:30
- Tuesday 1:30 - 5:30
- Wednesday: 12:00 - 5:30
- Friday: 9:00 - 11:00
- Kay Walters (email email@example.com) is available at various times during the week, email to arrange an appointment
Learning Development also offers an extensive range of seminars that deal with academic skills. All workshops are completely free.
This 8 week series of discipline specific learning seminars run parallel to your assessment tasks and support the development of your academic research and writing. Successful Transitions is available at the following times during the Autumn Session commencing in Week 2:
- Arts - Mondays 9:30 - 10:30 in G23
- Commerce - Tuesdays 1:30 - 2:30 in G20
Additional seminars will be advertised during the semester.
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 >> note-taking >> critical thinking
Click here to access the Learning Development Handouts
UniLearning: University writing and study skills website
Learning Development has developed an interactive website containing information on the types of writing and study skills you require at University. The site is extremely comprehensive, providing a wide range of information and interactive activities to help you practise and develop your academic skills. These activities are assessed immediately and feedback is provided to help direct your learning. This site can function as a point of reference to find information on specific academic skills or you may wish to use it as a tutorial and work your way gradually through all the resources.
The topics covered on the website include
- effective writing at a university level
- academic writing
- essay writing
- report writing
- critical thinking
- punctuation and grammar of writing sentences
Access to the site is free and unrestricted.
Click here to explore the UniLearning website