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 March 2013
Friday 15
12:00 - EVENT - Engineering Science Precinct Visit - Link Week Travelling Roadshow : Engineering Science 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
University Engineers Club Faculty Society and Link Week Travelling Roadshow welcomes new and current students to Engineering Lecture Theatre 1 for a Fresher Lecture,Scavenger Hunt and ending with a BBQ at the open area adjacent to the Clough Centre. Come along, have a bite to eat, sign up to your (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Use critical thinking in your studies (rpt) 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.
Monday 18
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Reference and use sources Website | More Information
If you want to know how to incorporate sources more effectively in your writing, this is the place to start! Discover different ways of referring to sources to improve your academic writing style.

12:00 - WORKSHOP - Write a literature review Website | More Information
Many research students find that literature review work is difficult, unmanageable and overwhelming. This workshop aims to decrease student anxieties and provide a clearer understanding of what is needed to produce an effective literature review.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Speak up in tutorials Website | More Information
Some of us find it hard to voice our ideas in tutes, yet speaking up is one of the most important skills you can develop at university and in you career. Learn simple strategies so you can communicate more confidently and effectively in group situations.
Tuesday 19
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Descriptive statistics More Information
A guide to some of the skills needed for summarising examining and comparing data sets. Topics include types of data, visual representation, measures of centre and spread, linear transformations, z-scores. Recommended for anyone studying introductory stats.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Write clear, convincing arguments Website | More Information
Once you know what you want to say, the next step is to develop and support your position assertively and effectively. This workshop explains how to develop a thesis statement and support it with logical, coherent and relevant reasons, examples and evidence.
Wednesday 20
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Grammar: Picking the best verb tense Website | More Information
Become more confident in using appropriate verb tenses.

14:00 - WORKSHOP - Use Endnote Website | More Information
Looking for a way to record all the books and articles you've read, and organise your references? EndNote is a software tool that helps you do just that. UWA staff and students can download EndNote onto their personal machines for free. This workshop will introduce you to the features of EndNote (...)
Thursday 21
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Write clear, convincing arguments (rpt) Website | More Information
Once you know what you want to say, the next step is to develop and support your position assertively and effectively. This workshop explains how to develop a thesis statement and support it with logical, coherent and relevant reasons, examples and evidence.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Maths for Science students Website | More Information
It's no secret that scientists (and others) use numbers, formulas, graphs and tables in their work. This workshop discusses some of the mathematical techniques you will find useful in your scientific studies. Topics include fractions, decimals, percentages, rates, Scientific Notation, the SI Unit (...)

14:00 - WORKSHOP - Write a literature review (rpt) Website | More Information
Many research students find that literature review work is difficult, unmanageable and overwhelming. This workshop aims to decrease student anxieties and provide a clearer understanding of what is needed to produce an effective literature review.
Friday 22
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Reference and use sources (rpt) Website | More Information
If you want to know how to incorporate sources more effectively in your writing, this is the place to start! Discover different ways of referring to sources to improve your academic writing style.

14:00 - WORKSHOP - Use Endnote (rpt) Website | More Information
Looking for a way to record all the books and articles you've read, and organise your references? EndNote is a software tool that helps you do just that. UWA staff and students can download EndNote onto their personal machines for free. This workshop will introduce you to the features of EndNote (...)
Monday 25
12:00 - SEMINAR - Website | More Information

12:00 - WORKSHOP - Present to an audience 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 - WORKSHOP - Structure a thesis or dissertation Website | More Information
Become familiar with what to include in each section of a thesis or dissertation.
Tuesday 26
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Writing and reading maths Website | More Information
Focuses on integration by partial fractions as a powerful tool for integrating rational expressions. The theory will be outlined clearly with many examples. Recommended for MATH1002 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Write reports versus essays More Information
Academic reports require different skills and a different format from essays. Gain the skills you need to tackle reports with efficiency and confidence.
Wednesday 27
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Grammar: Articles and Transitions Website | More Information
Improve skills in using articles and transition words.


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