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7 Lynda courses to become social media savvy

Living in a digital world, it is crucial to develop your digital skills to ensure your career success. Most job roles now and in the future will involve technology. So, here are seven FREE, short courses available just for you on Lynda.com to...

Minimalist study hacks

The middle of semester can feel like you’re just being handed one thing after the other on top of lectures, tutorials and reading lists. Throw in a part time job and a fraction of a social life, and watch your free time disappear… or try...

CSU Access and Disability Services

CSU Access and Disability Services

by Amy Carlon Did you know that CSU provides Access and Disability Services for students with a disability? Whether you are an on campus or online student, CSU can provide support and help minimise the impact of disability on your studies. I myself...

Haven’t enrolled yet? Here’s what you can do

Not sure how to enrol or haven’t decided what to do this session? Then here’s what you can do! Here are our tips to help you get on top of your enrolment for 2019 now: Choose your subjects You might have to pick a major, minor and...

Networking for introverts

Networking is an important career-building skill but some find it easier than others. If you’re an introvert and are changing careers or just starting out, here are some tips to give you more confidence:  #1 You are probably already networking...

What kind of online student are you?

What kind of online student are you?

by Amy Carlon Online learning is a reality for many students but the real question is… are you the at-home teacher or the proclaimed procrastinator? Find out which one you fall under! Time I know from experience, how much effort goes into...

JOV Share House FAQs

Returning to live on campus next year? Imagine being able to have all the freedom and excitement of your own share house, with the convenience and community of living on campus. Why not live with eight of your best friends in a JOV Share House next...

Tips for studying during the mid-sem break

by Loren Howarth The mid-semester break is the perfect opportunity to play catch-up, get ahead and focus on assessments while there are no Uni classes. But it can be hard to sit down and get started, especially since it is so tempting to sit back...

Apps for when you want a buddy, but need to study

by Hayley Farrugia When you’re in the thick of semester and you have every assignment for every subject due at the same time, you may be questioning your recent life choices. However, ‘there’s an app for that!’ Technology is helping us...

Things I’ve learnt whilst being on my final prac

by Hayley Farrugia Everything that I have learnt, studied for and dreamt about for the last four years has amounted to my final 10 weeks of professional placement. But it isn’t as daunting as it may sound! There is so much to learn, so many little...

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