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HELPS Drop-in advice

Mar 25
Sat, 25 March, 2017
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Drop-in sessions allow you to ask quick questions without having to make an appointment. Get information and advice about your studies and assessments. If a more in-depth consultation is required, then the HELPS advisor might book you in for a 40-minute individual assistance session. You are strongly encouraged to come and see us at the initial stage of your assignment writing/preparation process. A 15-minute drop-in session may involve: unpacking an assignment question and understanding the assessment criteria clarifying an assignment type (e.g. what’s a literature review?) planning an assignment offering strategies for effective reading/note-making/presentation obtaining information on self-study resources. Please refrain from coming in with a complete assignment draft and expecting the HELPS advisor to comment on it in 15 min. It’s not humanly possible. seeking last-minute assistance on the day when the assignment is due. It pays to plan in advance

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Hi,

Ms UTS's picture
Ms UTS, 1 year ago

Hi,

2 October, which educator is coming? Could I have her/his name?

Hi! Can you still get someone

Carmen's picture
Carmen, 1 week ago

Hi! Can you still get someone through email to help with the assignment? For people who are at least 2 hours away from the university?

Hi Carmen,

Angry Asian Librarian's picture
Angry Asian Lib..., 1 week ago

Hi Carmen,

Please contact HELPS as they may be able to offer other types of assistance for distance students. 

Phone: (02) 9514 9733
Email: helps@uts.edu.au

Kind regards,

Helen Chan

Information Services Librarian

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