Welcome to Distance Education! Session 3 begins 16th November.

Excited to be a new student? Get organised and make the most of your studies.
Have you:

  • Received your student ID card? You will need your student card to borrow books and resources from our Campus Libraries.
  • Explored your Library services? Online Library Workshops will run from 10th November to 15th December.
  • Checked your Subject Outline for textbooks, recommended readings and assessment due dates?
  • Set aside reading time? Selected articles and book chapters may be on eReserve. To access, search Primo using your subject code.

  • Added time for background reading? Access journal databases and
    eBooks via Primo Search, or follow the links your lecturer has
    provided.
  • Organised your readings? Before session starts, you can download, print, or attach the readings to citations in your Endnote library.

Everyone is different, so decide what works for you:

  • When do you learn best? Are you a morning person or a night owl?
  • Do you commute to work? May be a great study opportunity
  • Enjoy time with family and friends
  • Make time to relax

Help is always available. Develop your study skills or explore CSU Services and Support.

Starting
on Monday the 18th of November is Session 3 of study. If you are a
student who will be studying over Summer, now is a good time to set the
tone for what lies ahead this session. Consider this checklist to help
you out:
1) I have purchased all required books and other materials for my subjects.
2) I have made a study schedule or plan. (Note: If you do not have one already made, please look at the Learning Skills homepage for some help).
3) I have allocated time for required readings each day.
4) I promise to give myself some time to relax and have fun during
session, and to take care of my physical and mental health. (Note: CSU
provides counselling and support for all students. If you require more
information, please visit the Student Support page)

– See more at: http://www.yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2013_11_01_archive.html#sthash.0Ogd9OYL.dpuf

Starting
on Monday the 18th of November is Session 3 of study. If you are a
student who will be studying over Summer, now is a good time to set the
tone for what lies ahead this session. Consider this checklist to help
you out:
1) I have purchased all required books and other materials for my subjects.
2) I have made a study schedule or plan. (Note: If you do not have one already made, please look at the Learning Skills homepage for some help).
3) I have allocated time for required readings each day.
4) I promise to give myself some time to relax and have fun during
session, and to take care of my physical and mental health. (Note: CSU
provides counselling and support for all students. If you require more
information, please visit the Student Support page)

– See more at: http://www.yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2013_11_01_archive.html#sthash.0Ogd9OYL.dpuf

tarting
on Monday the 18th of November is Session 3 of study. If you are a
student who will be studying over Summer, now is a good time to set the
tone for what lies ahead this session. Consider this checklist to help
you out:
1) I have purchased all required books and other materials for my subjects.
2) I have made a study schedule or plan. (Note: If you do not have one already made, please look at the Learning Skills homepage for some help).
3) I have allocated time for required readings each day.
4) I promise to give myself some time to relax and have fun during
session, and to take care of my physical and mental health. (Note: CSU
provides counselling and support for all students. If you require more
information, please visit the Student Support page).

– See more at: http://www.yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2013_11_01_archive.html#sthash.0Ogd9OYL.dpuf

tarting
on Monday the 18th of November is Session 3 of study. If you are a
student who will be studying over Summer, now is a good time to set the
tone for what lies ahead this session. Consider this checklist to help
you out:
1) I have purchased all required books and other materials for my subjects.
2) I have made a study schedule or plan. (Note: If you do not have one already made, please look at the Learning Skills homepage for some help).
3) I have allocated time for required readings each day.
4) I promise to give myself some time to relax and have fun during
session, and to take care of my physical and mental health. (Note: CSU
provides counselling and support for all students. If you require more
information, please visit the Student Support page).

– See more at: http://www.yourlibrarycsu.blogspot.com.au/2013_11_01_archive.html#sthash.0Ogd9OYL.dpuf

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