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B112

Learning Hub workshops

Each week we have workshops targeted to the specific skills needed for B112. Our workshops are held on Zoom:

Tuesday 12-1pm

Wednesday day 11-12pm 

Thursday 2-3pm 

Let us know you are coming by signing up for the time that suits you best. Here are the workshops we have planned for the next few weeks:

One-to-one help

Email us at: academicskills@auckland.ac.nz for  helpful advice on your writing.

Week 10

4 Oct to 8 Oct

Start preparing for the exam. Understand your assignment feedback and get help to improve your writing.  Get feedback and help with team assessment 3. Learn strategies for reflective writing for team assessment 3. Do some practice writing of paragraphs for exam type questions and receive feedback.

Week 11

11 Oct to 15 Oct

Zoom Sue and Shireen and ask about preparing for the exam. Start organising your notes for studying for the exam. Paraphrase definitions for theories and key concepts. Create a study timetable and a study planner. Learn how to write more concisely. Write a practice essay and receive feedback.

Week 12

18 Oct to 22 Oct

Prepare for the exam. Get good strategies for studying. Identify gaps in your approach to your studies, create an A4 note sheet, and create questions from your learning outcomes and your course content.  Write paragraphs to questions from your Learning Outcomes and receive feedback.

PASS

For more information about PASS sessions please click here

Helpful resources:

Workshops video

Hiromi discusses the benefits of attending workshops.

Weekly reading activities

Complete the following activities to help you understand some of the words in the weekly readings.

Learning at university

Many of the ways to improve your chances of success are to do with time, so sorting your study timetable out is a great place to start.

Learning at university

Cope with readings

Figuring out how to read at university for your courses can sometimes be overwhelming.

Coping with readings

Taking notes

One of the challenges of university is figuring out how to take good notes in lectures without losing track of what is being said.

Taking notes

Using Excel

Recap the basics of Excel including formulae and making charts/graphs.

Using Excel