- About us
Programs on offer
Develop students practical academic skills, including: critical thinking, reading, researching and writing
- Our staff
- Workshops: on-campus and online
- Subscribe to workshop alerts
- Request a workshop
- Archived workshops
- Study skills
- Drop-in consultations
- After-hours help
- Make an appointment
- Information for lecturers and tutors
- For students
Welcome to the Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP), our team is here to support your academic development at Charles Darwin University (CDU). We support all higher education CDU students: internal, external, international, domestic, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Make use of our free services to gain the skills you need to:
- understand your assignments
- know what standard of work is required
- know how to get the grades you want
- express yourself better in writing
- produce academically appropriate work (essays, reports, journal articles, research papers).
Find out more about the services we offer.
The Study Skills website provides a comprehensive range of study skills information to enable students to gain an appreciation of the academic skills required at university. The website includes short (5-minute) study skills videos and interactive activities developed by ALLSP with the assistance of the multimedia team in the Office of Learning and Teaching. Study skills videos and interactive activities are continually being developed and added to the website for student use.
We offer generic study skills workshops to improve your academic skills. These workshops are offered on-campus and online Find out more. These workshops are free for CDU higher education students and there is no need to register. For the online workshops, click on the Blackboard Collaborate link on the workshop page, follow the instructions and join the class.
Recorded archived workshops are available online for you to view anytime.
|Summer Semester, 2015|
Mon to Fri: 9am - 5pm (ACST)
Closed on public/CDU holidays.
T: 08 8946 7459
T: 1800 157 900 (freecall)