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 March 2013
Monday 04
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Understand Aussie slang Website | More Information
If you're new to Australia and want to learn some Strine (Australian) so you understand the local lingo (language) better, join this workshop.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Manage your research project Website | More Information
Honours and Masters students need to execute multiple tasks and manage conflicting demands to a tight schedule. This workshop will highlight strategies to help you 'keep on track' and prepare yourself for the many demands and expectations of Honours and Masters studies.
Tuesday 05
9:55 - EVENT - Confucius Institute Scholarship 2013 now Open for Application : Study in China with financial assistance More Information

12:00 - WORKSHOP - Numbers and fractions Website | More Information
A kick-start course to refresh your knowledge and improve your confidence working with numbers. Topics include types of numbers, order of operations, fractions, operations with fractions, number lines, operations with signed numbers, powers.

Recommended for anyone wanting to revise (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Make effective notes Website | More Information
Knowing how to make notes will save you time, energy and stress when it comes to preparing for assignments and exams. This workshop gives you effective note-making strategies for lectures and reading.
Wednesday 06
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Make effective notes (rpt) Website | More Information
Knowing how to make notes will save you time, energy and stress when it comes to preparing for assignments and exams. This workshop gives you effective note-making strategies for lectures and reading.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Create and organise ideas Website | More Information
Finding it hard to get your thinking in order? This workshop shows you new ways to absorb and conceptualise what you learn, as well as how to generate new ideas, solve complex problems and think creatively.

14:00 - WORKSHOP - Find Sources Website | More Information
Finding scholarly books and journals to support the arguments you make is a key part of successful essay writing. Discovery tools such as OneSearch and the Subject Guides for your discipline are available on the Information Services web pages. During this workshop you will learn how to make the (...)
Thursday 07
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Create and organise ideas (rpt) Website | More Information
Finding it hard to get your thinking in order? This workshop shows you new ways to absorb and conceptualise what you learn, as well as how to generate new ideas, solve complex problems and think creatively.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Manage your research project (rpt) Website | More Information
Honours and Masters research projects require you to execute multiple tasks and manage conflicting demands to a tight schedule. This workshop will highlight strategies to help you 'keep on track' and prepare yourself for the many demands and expectations of Honours and Masters studies.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Revision of matrix algebra Website | More Information
A useful refresher for anyone using matrices (eg. to solve systems of equations or linear algebra). Covers the definition of a matrix, basic operations (addition, scalar & matrix multiplication), identity matrix, determinants and inverse matrix. Recommended for MATH1712 students who are rusty (...)
Friday 08
14:00 - WORKSHOP - Find Sources (rpt) Website | More Information
Finding scholarly books and journals to support the arguments you make is a key part of successful essay writing. Discovery tools such as OneSearch and the Subject Guides for your discipline are available on the Information Services web pages. During this workshop you will learn how to make the (...)
Monday 11
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Use critical thinking in your studies Website | More Information
This workshop helps students to identify characteristics of critical writing and explores strategies for critically engaging with ideas in the literature and developing a critical argument.

12:00 - EVENT - Science Precinct Visit - Link Week Travelling Roadshow : Science Students opportunity to discover their faculty society, connect with other students and find out how Student Support Services can help you More Information
The Science Union Faculty Society and Link Week Travelling Roadshow welcomes new and current students to Prescott Court for a BBQ. Come along, have a bite to eat, sign up to your faculty society, connect with other students and hear how Student Support Services can help you.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Algebra: Expressions and expansions Website | More Information
Introduces what is commonly known as basic algebra. Topics include the meaning of algebraic symbols, variables, terms, expressions, like terms, operations, expanding single and double brackets, equations and solving linear equations. Recommended for anyone wanting to revise vital maths (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Write a research proposal Website | More Information
Most Honours and Masters students need to produce a research proposal. Research proposals may or may not form part of the formal assessment, but are an opportunity to get timely feedback on your planned approach. This workshop outlines the components of a research proposal and highlights the key (...)
Tuesday 12
12:00 - EVENT - Structure university essays Website | More Information
An excellent essay structure makes your writing pleasurable to read. Learn how to order your reasons and develop a logical, coherent and clear essay that flows from effective introduction to rounded conclusion.

12:00 - EVENT - Link Week Expo @ The Guild Precinct : Get linked to UWA campus. Discover the many supports and services on offer for new and current students More Information
On Tuesday 12th March 12noon to 2pm come and discover your UWA campus. Connect with other students, find out about the student focused services on campus, grab some giveaways and join one of the many guild clubs that will be showcasing in The Guild Refectory.

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12:00 - EVENT - ALVA Precinct Visit - Link Week Travelling Roadshow : ALVA Students this is your opportunity to discover your faculty society, connect with other students and find out how Student Support Services can help you. More Information
The ALVA Faculty Society and Link Week Travelling Roadshow welcomes new and current students to the green space outside Cullity Gallery for a BBQ. Come along, have a bite to eat, sign up to your faculty society, connect with other students and hear how Student Support Services can help you.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Manage academic reading More Information
With so many book chapters, journal papers and lecture notes to read, it can often feel as if you’re drowning in printed materials. This workshop will teach several reading techniques that will help you choose what to read and how to read it efficiently, to maximise the effectiveness of your (...)


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