The full range of university learning services has moved online to provide student s and candidates with support during COVID-19. Our learning support is free of charge, and open to all University of Tasmania students and candidates.
Drop In (peer support)
Student Learning Drop In offers help to answer basic questions around your studies such as:
- how to use MyLO
- getting feedback on your assignment writing
- English speaking practice
- other study related questions
You can drop in to the Learning Lounge for support and connection to our learning services, Monday to Friday 11am- 1pm.
Student Learning Mentors work with you one-on-one to provide general feedback and support to develop your skills. They can also direct you to other resources and learning support. The service is open to students during semesters 1 and 2.
No appointment is necessary, and you can visit as often as you like.
Student Learning Drop In is funded by the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).
Student Learning Consultations
Student Learning Advisers and Librarians provide expert, in-depth advice on a range of academic skills, including
- scoping search topic
- choosing appropriate search tools
- finding academic sources
- developing your academic, writing and study skills
- developing English language skills
The team consists of qualified library and learning professionals, who will support you to develop your academic skills at any stage of study. On-campus consultations are available by appointment throughout the year on the Sandy Bay, Mid-City, Newnham, Cradle Coast, Rozelle and Darlinghurst campuses. You can attend consultations individually or in small groups.
Visit Ask Us for answers to all your questions as a student at the University of Tasmania