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Free, one-to-one Study Smart appointments available now

by The Library on 2024-05-01T14:49:00+10:00 | 0 Comments

Book a free one-to-one Study SMART appointment about referencing or finding resources and information for your assignment.

Library staff can guide you to essential study resources, tools and services that will keep you organised, save you time and reduce study stress.

Study SMART Librarians are experts at researching topics, academic writing, understanding referencing styles and more. They can advise you at one-to-one Study SMART appointment to help you improve your skills and succeed at university.

What is a Study SMART appointment?

  • A one-to-one study skills session tailored to you.
  • Appointments are 20 minutes long and available on campus or online.
  • Get support with:
    • Using referencing tools and guides to improve your referencing
    • Getting started with your assessment
    • Finding information for your research and academic writing.
    • Developing your search strategy
    • Guidance to relevant databases
    • Assisting with EndNote and refer you to further help if needed
    • Connecting you with resources to develop your academic writing and study skills
    • Connecting you with tools and services that will keep you organised, save you time and reduce study stress.

If you’re ready to ‘go beyond Google’ to access better resources, tips and advice for your assignments, book a Study SMART appointment today.

Book a Study SMART appointment on campus

Book a Study SMART appointment online


About Study Smart

Study Smart is a free service that provides Western students with a range of ways to complete uni work with more confidence and less stress. 

Build the skills for your success with Study Smart workshops, events, how-to guides and one-to-one study appointments that will help you to develop skills to distinguish yourself at university and beyond.

Go ahead, refresh your skills in: Reading & Writing / Speaking, Collaborating & Presenting / Information Skills / Digital Skills / Study Tips & Exam Success / Studying with Integrity / Research Skills / Mathematics & Statistics.

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