NTI’s Academic Support Officers are available to assist students seeking to improve their academic skills and develop effective study habits. Assistance is available in the following areas:
- Planning assessments
- Essay/report structure and argument development
- Grammar, academic language
- Paraphrasing, citing and referencing
- Planning and managing course work
- Academic integrity and plagiarism
Students can contact Academic Support via email: email@example.com
Academic Skills Workshops
Academic Support runs workshops to target specific academic skills throughout the year. All upcoming workshops are listed below.
Please note: Registration is essential for all Academic Support workshops and an NTI login is required to access the registration form.
|Referencing Workshop 1: Referencing Basics
Monday 11 March, 2pm (AEDT)
This workshop is designed to provide you with a thorough understanding of why referencing is key in academia. By guiding you as you engage in quoting, paraphrasing and summarising activities, the aim of this workshop is to give you the tools and strategies needed to draw on sources with elegance and integrity to build your argument in any assessment.
|Referencing Workshop 2: Mastering Referencing, Part I
Monday 18 March, 2pm (AEDT)
This workshop consists of activities designed to teach you how to format standard references at NTI. The aim of this workshop is to equip you with the skills to use the NTI Harvard Referencing Guide for sources that you will encounter throughout your studies.
|Referencing Workshop 3: Mastering Referencing, Part II
Monday 25 March, 2pm (AEDT)
This workshop consists of activities designed to teach you how to format non-standard references at NTI (including canonical sources). The aim of this workshop is to equip you with the skills to use the NTI Harvard Referencing Guide, as well as provide you with some advice on how to create and maintain Reference Lists.