Being a survivor at uni

Is university different to what you expected? Are you unsure how to get started on your
assignments or if you're doing it right?

At the libraries we offer drop-in sessions where you can get advice or suggestions on how to make progress in your studies when you are feeling uncertain.

Please visit - you are welcome to attend and no appointment is needed.

Our learning skills advisers and librarians have written blog articles for you that may give you a lead in to getting started on that assignment:
At Clayton, the Matheson Library is offering Life Hack videos which will give you tips too.
At Caulfield this week, special Survival Week fast classes on Using the APA reference style and Using multi-disciplinary databases are offered at the Caulfield Library. Again, bookings are unnecessary.

Survival Week (23-27 March 2015) offers you a chance to check in and ask yourself how you're coping so far. Check out activities on your campus.

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