Study and learning drop-ins - Section contents

Study and Learning Drop-in sessions provide you with staff and peer support for everything from acing Maths and Stats, to refining your academic writing, and improving your library research skills.

At our Study and Learning Drop-in sessions, you’ll have access to a range of staff and student expertise to help you develop a suite of skills for taking the next step towards completing your assignments. The service moves to a new library every day, so you can drop-in for help wherever you like to study, and there are study and learning experts on site at specified times so you can take advantage of focused, one-on-one academic support.

Study and Learning Drop-in sessions run from week 3 of semester to the end of SWOT Vac.

Drop-in schedule

Monday – Giblin Eunson Library

Tuesday – Baillieu Library

Wednesday – ERC Library

Thursday – Brownless Biomedical Library

Friday – Architecture, Building and Planning Library

Support schedule - drop in for up to 15 minutes

Academic Skills staff will be available from 12-6pm
Maths and Stats support will be available from 12-4pm
Library staff will be available from 1-5pm


Academic Skills support

Writing for an academic audience is quite different to the writing you might be used to, and it can be tricky to adjust to this new and complex writing style. If you want to improve your academic writing, chat to our on-site Academic Skills staff who can help you with format, tone, and style of academic writing.


Maths and Stats support

Understanding maths and stats concepts and their applications can be challenging and even a bit scary. Chat to our Maths and Stats staff to get help with the key maths and stats skills needed in any discipline or course.


Library support

Researching, managing information and creating your reference lists can be among the most important skills to master during your University career. Chat to a librarian for one-on-one advice on searching and finding articles, books and other digital resources to help with your assignments. Use the right tools for citing and organising your information and data.