You may find that learning at uni is different from your previous experiences of learning. At university, students are expected to be able to work independently. This means that you will need to make effective use of your studying time and take an active approach to learning in order to be successful.
You will also be assessed by various means, including exams, individual and group assessment tasks, and online activities. In addition to this, learning at uni happens at both face to face and online learning environments. This module includes helpful resources to develop effective learning skills, make the most of your studying time, work in teams, and participate in online learning environments appropriately and effectively.
What you will learn
Techniques for taking notes in lectures
Tips for tutorial participation
How to prepare and learn during a laboratory class
How to manage your time when studying online
The importance of good study habits
Where to get help
Peer Learning Advisers (PLAs) and Learning Futures lecturers can help you with assessment and study related questions. No need to make an appointment, just drop-in during advertised times. To check drop-in times and locations, visit: