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Academic Skills Centre – enrol now for Term 2 workshops

Want to get on top of your assignments and organised for upcoming exams? Check out the workshops and seminars on offer at Te Pokapū Pūkenga Ako | Academic Skills Centre (ASC) during Term 2. They’re free and you can enrol online. View the current programme here.

Got a quick query?                  
If you’ve got a writing or study question that can be answered in 10 minutes, advisors are available to help with your quick queries between 11am and 2pm, Monday to Friday. Visit ASC in the Central Library, Level 3 Puaka-James Hight.

If you’ve got a query that’s likely to take longer than 10 minutes to answer, you can book a consultation (up to 40 minutes) with a learning advisor. Learning advisors can help with your questions about writing, critical thinking or study. Take a look at some common questions students bring to consultations here.

Consultations are held at ASC in the Central Library, Level 3 Puaka-James Hight. To book an appointment phone 03 369 3900.

Support for ākonga Māori 
Te Tari o te Amokapua Māori | the Office of the Assistant Vice-Chancellor Māori offers supplementary academic workshops for a range of 100 level compulsory courses alongside one-to-one/group tutoring for other 100/200 level courses on a course by course basis.

If you would like to find out more please call 03 369 3868 or email maoridevelopment@canterbury.ac.nz.



Study with confidence – Academic Skills Centre

E pokea ana koe? Tackle your study with confidence. Te Pokapū Pūkenga Ako | Academic Skills Centre is here to support and help you overcome academic hurdles you encounter.

The team can help you understand assignment instructions and questions, improve your academic writing, and manage your time better. They run a series of workshops during the term to help you with topics such as the writing process, excel basics and giving presentations. See the full calendar of workshops and seminars here.

You can also book an individual consultation with a learning advisor to discuss a specific assignment, and access online resources, which provide information on a wide variety of academic skills.