Get a head start on study by attending our earlybird workshops

Quick quiz:

  • Are you starting uni this trimester?
  • Did you find last trimester’s study a challenge?
  • Do you want to further develop your learning skills?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, our free Earlybird workshops are perfect for you!

During O Week for Trimester 2, 2018, we are offering the following Earlybird workshops free to Griffith students:

Writing university assignments

This workshop covers the basics of getting started, structuring and writing assignments.

Gold Coast: Wed 4 July, 9.30 am – G16 Lecture Theatre 1
Logan: Thurs 5 July, 9.30 am – L08 Lecture Theatre 2
Nathan: Thurs 5 July, 9.30 am – N18 Central Theatre 1

Getting started on an ePortfolio with PebblePad

Learn about Griffith’s personal learning environment – PebblePad. Don’t forget your login details and a device!

Gold Coast: Wed 4 July, 11.45 am – G16 Lecture Theatre 1
Logan: Thurs 5 July, 11.45 am – L08 Lecture Theatre 2
Nathan: Thurs 5 July, 11.45 am – N18 Central Theatre 1

Researching and referencing for your assignments

Gain awareness of the wide range of information resources available at Griffith and learn to identify the principles of referencing and the process of applying them within academic work.

Gold Coast: Wed 4 July, 1.30 pm – G16 Lecture Theatre 1
Logan: Thurs 5 July, 1.30 pm – L08 Lecture Theatre 2
Nathan: Thurs 5 July, 1.30 pm – N18 Central Theatre 1


Are you interested in improving your research and digital literacy skills?

If you’re thinking you’d like to do a research degree, are currently completing a research degree, or simply want to improve your research and digital literacy skills, read on!

Research Bazaar (ResBaz for short) is a worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the centre of modern research. It aims to empower researchers from all career stages and disciplines with the digital skills and tools required to do their research easier, faster and smarter.

Events are held annually and this year Griffith University is organising and hosting Brisbane’s ResBaz.

It will be a three-day event comprising of a plethora of workshops (some interesting ones are listed below). While the workshops are geared towards researchers, it’s never too early to get started and everyone is welcome to attend!

There’ll also be classes in genomics, humanities, ecology and more, information stalls, local groups and innovative and inspiring speakers. Once you’ve registered, you’re welcome to attend as many events as you like!

  • When: 6 – 8 June, 2018
  • Where: Griffith University, South Bank
  • Cost: $33 to attend as many events as you please, with catered morning tea and lunch daily.

For further information and to register your attendance visit the ResBaz website.


Get a head start with our Earlybird workshops

Quick quiz:

  • Are you starting uni this trimester?
  • Did you find last trimester’s study a challenge?
  • Do you want to further develop your learning skills?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, our Earlybird workshops are perfect for you!

Prior to Trimester 1, 2018, we are offering the following Earlybird workshops free to Griffith students:

Strategies for study at university

Get an overview of university culture and expectations, and learn some helpful strategies for managing your time and studying effectively. Beginning the trimester with a head start on study and time management will make a world of difference, we promise!

Getting started on an ePortfolio with PebblePad

Learn about Griffith’s personal learning environment – PebblePad.

Researching and Referencing for your assignments

Being able to research and reference is a kinda crucial part of uni. If this seems daunting, come along to this workshop. You’ll gain awareness of the wide range of information resources available at Griffith and learn to identify the principles of referencing and the process of applying them within academic work.

Check out the times, dates, and locations, come along to a workshop, and start trimester one prepared for success!


Kick start your study success by attending an earlybird workshop

Quick quiz:

  • Are you starting uni this trimester?
  • Did you find last trimester’s study a challenge?
  • Do you want to further develop your learning skills?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, our earlybird workshops are perfect for you!

Prior to Trimester 2, 2017, we are offering the following earlybird workshops free to Griffith students:

Strategies for study at university
Get an overview of university culture and expectations, and learn some helpful strategies for managing your time and studying effectively. Beginning the trimester with a head start on study and time management will make a world of difference, we promise!

Writing university assignments
Does your assignment writing process involve opening a new word document, and staring at an empty page for 30 minutes trying to come up with an opening sentence? Don’t let assignments get the better of you! This workshop will cover the basics of getting started on structuring and writing assignments, and will help prepare you to smash the next assignment you get!

Researching and Referencing for your assignments
Being able to research and reference is a kinda crucial part of uni. If this seems daunting, come along to this workshop. You’ll gain awareness of the wide range of information resources available at Griffith and learn to identify the principles of referencing and the process of applying them within academic work.

Check out the times, dates, and locations, come along to a workshop, and start trimester two prepared for success!


This Week in the Library – Week 6

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Endnote can easily insert intext citations and a reference list into your assignment; in just a couple of clicks. And we can show you how to do it. Book into an EndNote for Windows (2 hours) or EndNote for Mac (2 hours) this week.

Library and Learning Services workshops are FREE and available to all students, HDR candidates and staff. To view the entire workshop timetable, please visit the Workshops and Training web page.

Academic Skills

All sessions are one hour in length unless specified. Booking is optional for Academic Skills Workshops.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Wed 31/8 1.00 Setting up your own topic or research question * (PG) Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Wed 31/8 2.00 Writing a postgraduate literature review *(PG) Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Wed 31/8 3.00 Building an academic argument *(PG) Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast

*postgraduate workshop

Library Skills

Bookings are required for all library workshops. All sessions are one hour in length unless specified.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Tues 30/8 12.00 Referencing Webinar Online
Wed 31/8 10.00 Endnote for Mac (2 hours) Library (G10_2.04) Gold Coast
Thurs 1/9 12.00 Researching for your assignment Webinar Online

Higher Degree Research

This series of workshops is targeted to support Higher Degree Candidates through all stages of the research lifecycle. Bookings are required for all HDR workshops.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Mon 29/8 10.00 Get published (1.5 hours) Library (N53_1.49) Nathan
Wed 31/8 1.00 EndNote for Mac (2 hours) Webb Centre (S02_3.13) South Bank
Thurs 1/9 10.00 Managing your resources to begin writing your literature review (1.5 hours)  Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Fri 2/9 10.00 EndNote for Windows (2 hours) Library (N53_1.50) Nathan

This Week in the Library – Week 5

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Do your knees wobble at the very thought of doing an oral presentation? Being prepared can help! Attend a workshop on Oral presentations and learn how to improve your presentation skills. There’s a session at both the Gold Coast and Nathan campus this week. Book now.

Library and Learning Services workshops are FREE and available to all students, HDR candidates and staff. To view the entire workshop timetable, please visit the Workshops and Training web page.

Academic Skills

All sessions are one hour in length unless specified. Booking is optional for Academic Skills Workshops.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Mon 22/8 10.00 Writing a reflective assignment Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Mon 22/8 1.00 Oral presentations Library (N53_1.51) Nathan
Wed 24/8 1.00 Oral presentations Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Wed 24/8 4.00 Building an academic argument Library (N53_1.51) Nathan

Library Skills

Bookings are required for all library workshops. All sessions are one hour in length unless specified.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Mon 2/8 10:00 Endnote for Windows (2 hours) Library (N53_1.50) Nathan
Wed 24/8 12.00 Researching for your assignment Webinar Online
Thurs 25/8 12.00 Researching for your assignment Library (G10_2.04) Gold Coast

Higher Degree Research

This series of workshops is targeted to support Higher Degree Candidates through all stages of the research lifecycle. Bookings are required for all HDR workshops.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Tues 23/8 10.00 Digital tools for research (1.5 hours) Library (G10_2.04) Gold Coast
Wed 24/8 10.00 EndNote for Windows (2 hours) Library (G10_2.04) Gold Coast
Thurs 25/8 1.00 Managing your resources to begin writing your literature review (1.5 hours)  Library (N53_1.51) Nathan

This Week in the Library – Week 4

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Need to brush up on your referencing skills? Attend our FREE Referencing workshops!

We are holding sessions at Nathan, Gold Coast, South Bank and Logan this week. Can’t make it? There’s a Referencing webinar on Monday.

Library and Learning Services workshops are FREE and available to all students, HDR candidates and staff. To view the entire workshop timetable, please visit the Workshops and Training web page.

Academic Skills

All sessions are one hour in length unless specified. Booking is optional for Academic Skills Workshops.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Mon 15/8 10.00 Academic writing Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Mon 15/8 1.00 Writing with academic integrity Library (N53_1.51) Nathan
Tue 16/8 11.00 Writing with academic integrity Library (M13_2.09) Mt Gravatt
Wed 17/8 1.00 Writing with academic integrity Library (G10_2.25) Gold Coast
Wed 17/8 4.00 Writing a postgraduate literature review Library (N53_1.51) Nathan
Thu 18/8 11.00 Writing with academic integrity Library (S03_2.25F) South Bank
Fri 19/8 10.00 Writing with academic integrity Library (N53_1.51) Nathan

Library Skills

Bookings are required for all library workshops. All sessions are one hour in length unless specified.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Mon 15/8 12.00 Referencing Library (S03_2.25F) South Bank
Mon 15/8 12.00 Referencing Webinar Online
Tues 16/8 10:00 Endnote for Windows (2 hours) Hub Link (L07_3.08) Logan
Tues 16/8 12.00 Researching for your assignment Webinar Online
Tues 16/8 10.00 Referencing Library (G10_2.09) Gold Coast
Tues 16/8 2.00 Referencing Hub Link (L07_3.08) Logan
Thurs 18/8 11.00 Referencing Library (N53_1.49) Nathan
Thurs 18/8 2.00 Referencing Library (G10_2.09) Gold Coast
Fri 19/8 12.00 Referencing Webinar Online

Higher Degree Research

This series of workshops is targeted to support Higher Degree Candidates through all stages of the research lifecycle. Bookings are required for all HDR workshops.

Date Time Workshop Location Campus
Mon 15/8 10.00 EndNote for Mac (2 hours) Library (N53_1.50) Nathan
Wed 17/8 1.00 Copyright for research and publishing (1.5 hours) Library (N53_1.51) Nathan
Wed 17/8 1.00 Digital tools for research (1.5 hours) Webb Centre (S02_3.13) South Bank
Fri 19/8 9.30 Online Research Survey Tool (3 hours) Hub Link (L07_3.08) Logan