Learning Skills is a team within the Library that is dedicated to supporting students' development of core skills for independent and lifelong learning through a range of services. These include support within classes, seminars and workshops in branches of the Library, times for when students can drop by and ask for help, and longer consultations with research students. It pays to get to know your faculty Learning Skills Advisers as they are here to support you to be successful at Monash. Drop by the information desk at a branch library to learn more.
Learning skills advisers support students.
Attend a Drop-in session to discuss your individual study needs with a learning skills adviser. Drop-ins are held in all campus libraries, and no appointment is necessary
Classes You can also sign up for classes that will teach you how to reference, how write an academic paper, how to study for an exam, and much more. Check this site regularly, as new classes are added throughout the semester.
Arrange an appointment with a Learning Skills Adviser if you are a HDR, DLU or off-campus student.
Here are some links from Langauge and Learning Online for academic writing.