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Planning online study when working and parenting

Online study can be perfect to fit around your other commitments such as work or parenting. But to be successful, it requires lots of planning and discipline, so if you are looking at returning to study while working and being a parent, read on for...

Seeing double – study with two screens

Have you ever seen those tech-y people with more than one screen and felt a pang of jealousy at their setup? You can have it too! And you don’t have to be a tech genius to do it. Once set up, you can use one screen to display your research material...

Studying with seasonal depression

by Zali Bland Winter makes most people cranky. We’re cold, our skin is dry, and it’s usually raining. Seasonal depression is to be expected, even in neurotypical folks (read: people who don’t experience mental illness/es in their everyday lives)...

Don’t let study become a pain in the neck!

Studying is hard. Let’s not sugar-coat it. It takes time, concentration and dedication. Long hours spent in front of computer screens reading, researching and writing. If you don’t set yourself up properly, study can be a real pain in the neck...

How to combat writer’s block

  Do you ever find yourself just staring at the title of your report for ten minutes, not knowing where to start? Or you’re half-way through the first paragraph of an essay and your mind completely blanks, leaving you with nothing logical to...

Build your study skills this summer with Study Link

If you’re looking for ways to get ahead or bridge your knowledge gaps for next session then Study Link is for you! Whether you are studying for the first time, returning after a break or just need to brush up, Study Link offers the subjects you...

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Four things to do to be ready for a new session

After a break that went too quickly and more than a few too many nights out and all day sleep-ins, a new session is upon us. Even though it’s only early days and it may seem like there isn’t that much work to be done, there are a few things...

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Tips to stay focused on your goals

You’re studying for a reason. You have a dream, a vision of who you would like to be in the future, and you have a goal. It’s not always easy to stay focused on your goals, especially if there are a lot of requirements and it takes years to achieve...

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Seven ways to study more effectively

As uni students, our lives are full of deadlines. Assignment deadlines, exam deadlines, census date deadlines. When you’re studying, remembering what you’ve learnt in order to effectively meet these deadlines means fitting study into your...

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