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There are a number of online resources available:
Assistance and advice:
- Learning skills advisors in the library, and the Arts Faculty Academic Language and Learning Unit, provide workshops on a range of academic skills including writing, oral presentations, taking lecture notes and many others.
- Classes You can also sign up for classes that will teach you how to reference, how to 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
- 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
- Postgraduates, DLU and off-campus students can book consultations with the Arts team learning skills advisors for advice on writing or librarians for advice on research at any campus.
- Library workshops on finding and using library resources are listed in the Library class booking system.
For help with locating resources ask at the information desk at the library.
Guides to writing a thesis
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Support for postgraduates
Monash University has a site license for EndNote, a bibliographic tool which enables users to quickly organize references while automatically building bibliographic documentation. Endnote integrates with common word processors. Windows and Mac versions available
The Learning skills team
Learning Skills is a team within the Library that is dedicated to enabling students to develop their academic language and approaches to learning
More information about learning skills at the library.