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Student Services
 April 2013
Monday 08
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Be concise Website | More Information
Make every word count when you are doing written assignments.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Prepare seminar presentations Website | More Information
This workshop will identify characteristics of successful seminar presentations and will get you thinking about how you can clearly convey your research to a wider audience.
Tuesday 09
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Domain and range Website | More Information
This session also covers the definition of a function and links them to graphical representations of mathematical or experimental relationship. The concepts of domain and range are introduced in this graphical format as well as algebraically. An introduction to composite functions (and their domain/range) is also included. Recommended for MATH1701 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Be concise (rpt) Website | More Information
Make every word count when you are doing written assignments.
Wednesday 10
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Manage your time and study Website | More Information
Learn how to manage your study time better using year, weekly and daily planners.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Pronunciation: Improve clarity Website | More Information
If you want to improve your English language pronunciation, working on word stress is a good place to start. This workshop offers practical, hands on activities to help you improve your spoken communication by getting the stress right in words and word groups.
Thursday 11
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Logic and proof Website | More Information
Mathematical knowledge grows in logical steps so it's worth knowing how those steps are taken. Topics include compound statements, connectives, converse, the contrapositive, necessary and sufficient conditions, proof, axioms, theorems, deductive proof, proof by contradiction. Recommended for MATH1712 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Prepare seminar presentations (rpt) Website | More Information
This workshop will identify characteristics of successful seminar presentations and will get you thinking about how you can clearly convey your research to a wider audience.
Monday 15
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Practise seminar presentations Website | More Information
Practise giving a short presentation.
Tuesday 16
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Functions and transformations Website | More Information
This session demonstrates 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. Topics include definition of a function, square root and reciprocal functions, the various types of transformation (horizontal/vertical translation, horizontal/vertical dilation, reflections and combined translations). Recommended for MATH1701 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Write for Impact Website | More Information
Learn how to make your writing stand out.
Wednesday 17
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Get a head start on exams Website | More Information
When you have assignments to hand in and reading to catch up on, it can be easy to put off your exam preparation. This workshop will outline the stages in getting ready for exams.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Pronunciation: Improve fluency 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.
Thursday 18
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Write for Impact (rpt) Website | More Information
Learn how to make your writing stand out.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Practise seminar presentations (rpt) Website | More Information
Practise giving a short presentation.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Intro to inferential statistics Website | More Information
Inference (or hypothesis testing) is a widely used technique for assessing evidence from data so it gets covered in most introductory statistics or data analysis units. The good news is that all statistical tests follow the same underlying structure. In this workshop we explore this structure in a simple setting and demonstrate how it applies to some common statistical tests. Recommended for anyone studying introductory stats.
Monday 22
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Write IELTS essays More Information
If you want to improve how you respond to IELTS essay task questions, this workshop is for you! You can apply the skills you learn to essays you write at UWA. This workshop runs for 2 hours. Free for UWA degree course students.
Tuesday 23
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Subspaces Website | More Information
In Linear Algebra, the concept and algebraic definition of a subspace can be difficult to visualise the first time you see them. In this workshop we match this algebraic definition to simple geometric properties based on vectors to build the foundations of an intuitive understanding of subspaces in general. We will discuss simple proofs and counter examples for test style questions and introduce the concept of Nullspace. Recommended for MATH1001 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Make your writing flow Website | More Information
Improve the flow of your writing by using familiar-new patterns within sentences and stating the theme of each group of sentences up front.
Wednesday 24
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Get a head start on exams (rpt) Website | More Information
When you have assignments to hand in and reading to catch up on, it can be easy to put off your exam preparation. This workshop will outline the stages in getting ready for exams.

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