Reading, writing, comprehension and recall are vital to success, and Read&Write will provide you with key study tools to strengthen these skills.
You can use it with on-screen/digital texts to generate notes from your readings, to research, revise, complete assignments, check spelling, grammar, punctuation, take exams and do much more.
UC Assistive Technology Service is hosting an online webinar. You will get to see a range of digital literacy tools to support your learning. From reading, writing, studying and researching.
This webinar will provide an introduction to how Read&Write can support with text-to-speech, dictionary and vocabulary tools, study tools, annotation tools and more. As well as helping you with writing via word prediction, voice notes, speech recognition, vocabulary support, research skills and more.
Presenter: Rachel Coathup, Customer Success Manager, TextHelp for Education.
Date: March 5, Tuesday
Time: 1 to 1.30pm
To enrol in the webinar, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Is this your first year of study at UC, or do you want a refresher on how to get the most out of your studies?
The Academic Skills Centre has developed an online module to give you some key information and useful study tips to help you get your semester off to a flying start.
The module explains what lectures, tutorials and labs entail, how you can stay up to date with your course requirements, and how to understand grades and assessment procedures. It also gives you study tips relating to time management, note-taking, reading, and revision.
Finally, the module contains links to a wide range of services from which you can access further academic support.
You can try the Academic Skills Orientation Module here.
Want to start biking to uni?
If you haven’t been on a bike for a while or want to take your confidence and skills to a new level, then our free bike skill workshops are for you!
Sessions range from covering the basics such as how to fit a helmet and use gears correctly, to helping you travel through intersections, and navigating on-road cycle lanes in busier traffic.
The workshops are completely free and held on and around UC campus during lunchtime. Loan bikes and helmets can be provided on request.
Three sessions are coming up for our UC community in March:
- Tuesday 5 March, 12pm – 1pm
- Tuesday 12 March, 12pm – 1pm
- Tuesday 19 March, 12pm – 1pm
Registration is essential as spots are limited. Please contact email@example.com for more details and to register your interest.
Learn more about how UC is supporting cyclists here.