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Displaying from Wednesday, September 14, 2011
 September 2011
Wednesday 14
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to improve pronunication for fluency (repeat) Website | More Information
Want to be a powerful speaker, but unsure about how English rhythm can help? Come to this active learning workshop to practice using English rhythm to get your message across.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to edit to improve your grades (repeat) Website | More Information
What constitutes a good academic assignment? Discover the criteria lecturers use when they grade your assignments so that you can earn better marks! Using Sources
Thursday 15
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to speak to an audience (repeat) Website | More Information
If you’re not used to it, speaking in front of a group can be a challenging task! This workshop is designed to give you practical advice on effective communication including how to use your voice, what to do with your hands and how to appear calm and in control (even if it might not feel that way).

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to paraphrase (repeat) Website | More Information
Achieve a simpler, smoother writing style through the effective use of paraphrase.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Calculating Limits (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop offers students a collection of tools which will help them to calculate limits. Students will see that most limits can be calculated mentally, and will see how to develop their thought process before writing down their workings. Many different examples will be given, including some of (...)

14:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Functions and Transformations (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop aims to demonstrate that most of the functions we deal with are transformations of simpler functions. Furthermore, there are certain ways of reading functions which allow us to graph and understand more complicated functions.
Monday 19
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Honours - Presenting your research at conferences Website | More Information
As an Honours student, you may be required to communicate your research through an oral presentation at a conference or seminar. This workshop will identify characteristics of successful conference presentations and will get you thinking about how you can clearly convey your research to a wider (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to prepare a successful presentation Website | More Information
Presenting involves lots of thought about your material and your audience. This workshop will show you how to develop (and practice) presentations that are well structured, clearly thought-out and delivered with ease.

15:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Disertation workshops for coursework postgrads Website | More Information
These workshops are for postgrads writing a dissertation as part of a coursework degree. Each workshop provides a brief session on a different aspect of writing and an opportunity to get individual help.
Tuesday 20
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to take notes from readings Website | More Information
If you sometimes make notes of what you have read, and then wonder afterwards what you wrote down (and why) and how all those words are connected, you are not alone! This workshop will help you read with a purpose, ‘scan’ for information you need and remember material for longer. It will also (...)

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to synthesise Website | More Information
Write like a student and you will sound like a student; write like a pro and you will sound like a pro. Convince others that you're an expert by establishing a clear, critical voice in which you set your ideas in the context of those of other experts in your field.

13:00 - COURSE - Event Management Training : For UWA staff/student Event Managers that want to conduct an event on or off campus Website | More Information
Event Management Training aims to provide current and prosective Event Managers smf event staff with: increased knowledge of the processes for planning and managing an event that will involve alcohol on unlicensed Univeristy premises or at an external venue; increased knowledge about planning a (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Subspaces Website | More Information
This workshop addresses the notion of a subspace in a clear and intuitive manner. Students will develop an intuition for subspaces which will allow them to produce simple proofs and counter examples for test style questions. They will also see how a theorem from the lectures can make this really (...)
Wednesday 21
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Honours - Presenting your research at conferences (repeat) Website | More Information
As an Honours student, you may be required to communicate your research through an oral presentation at a conference or seminar. This workshop will identify characteristics of successful conference presentations and will get you thinking about how you can clearly convey your research to a wider (...)

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to take notes from readings (repeat) Website | More Information
If you sometimes make notes of what you have read, and then wonder afterwards what you wrote down (and why) and how all those words are connected, you are not alone! This workshop will help you read with a purpose, ‘scan’ for information you need and remember material for longer. It will also (...)
Thursday 22
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to prepare a successful presentation (repeat) Website | More Information
Presenting involves lots of thought about your material and your audience. This workshop will show you how to develop (and practice) presentations that are well structured, clearly thought-out and delivered with ease.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to synthesise (repeat) Website | More Information
Write like a student and you will sound like a student; write like a pro and you will sound like a pro. Convince others that you're an expert by establishing a clear, critical voice in which you set your ideas in the context of those of other experts in your field.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Subspaces (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop addresses the notion of a subspace in a clear and intuitive manner. Students will develop an intuition for subspaces which will allow them to produce simple proofs and counter examples for test style questions. They will also see how a theorem from the lectures can make this really (...)
Monday 26
15:00 - Retreat - Student Wilderness Retreat : Annual willderness retreat for students at Koora, on the edge of the desert, led by the chaplains. Limit of 12 places. Website | More Information
The space and dryness, the stars and the endless horizon, the white history and the Aboriginal history - all these are your companions on this wilderness retreat. The chaplains will be tehre to assist your exposure to Australian arid wilderness and around the campfire provide slow thinking and (...)

 October 2011
Monday 03
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to write a better thesis Website | More Information
In a thesis, effective writing is vital and is often the deal-breaker. Although you may already be an experienced writer of essays and reports, the length and complexity of a thesis will require new writing strategies. This workshop will provide strategies to equip you to write a good thesis and to (...)


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