Get flocking to our Earlybird Workshops


  • The early bird catches the worm! Flock to one of our FREE Earlybird Workshops so you get off to a flying start next year.

Did you find last semester’s study a challenge? Are you starting uni next year? Want to develop your learning skills? If you answered YES to just one of these questions, then an Earlybird Workshop is for you!

Before Semester 1 kicks off, we’re offering the following workshops FREE of charge to Griffith students from February 17-22. Registration is not required unless indicated below:

  • Strategies for study at university (2 hours) Become aware of university culture and expectations. Strategies for managing your time and studying effectively will be identified.
  • Getting started on your assignment (2 hours) Approach your assignments with confidence. This workshop covers interpreting the assignment question, planning an assignment and more.
  • Get ready to research (1.5 hours) Gain an awareness of the wide range of information resources available at Griffith.
  • Reading and note taking (2 hours) Identify different purposes and appropriate strategies for reading and note taking efficiently and effectively.
  • Referencing: An introduction (1.5 hours) Identify the principles of referencing and the process of applying them within academic work.
  • **Basic computing survival skills (3 hours) Learn how a computer works, understand computing terminology and explore the Microsoft Windows environment.
  • **Introduction to Griffith’s online environment (1.5 hours) Become familiar with Griffith’s intranet and internet environments. This workshop covers the Griffith Portal, Learning@Griffith, Internet access, using your Griffith gmail account and more.

**Registration required. To register for these workshops visit the library website.

For workshop dates, times and locations, see page 2 of the Earlybird flyer. For more information visit the library website or call Library and IT Help on (07) 3735 5555.