Support for your students
Study Support workshops
Let us collaborate with you to provide training to your students. Discover how the Library can work with you to develop customised classes and resources to improve your students research skills.
The Library offers online assessment-focused workshops for library information literacy, academic writing, STEM and study skills. Workshops are designed for vocational education, undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
Please provide a minimum of two weeks advance notice to allow planning and preparation time.
Help improve your students' general academic study skills, assessment tasks, writing, maths, and science skills by linking to and using available resources from the Learning Lab.
Embed ready-to-go-videos and online resources that cover topics on teamwork, leadership, project management, IT skill development, etc. into your Canvas course.
Our Assignment Planner will give your students a step-by-step plan with tips and advice to help them complete their presentations and written assignments on time.
Students can save, print, or import plans into their personal calendar.
Peer mentoring is a student led study support program run by the Library.
Peer mentors are students who have been trained to support other students in their learning. They help fellow students set up for success in a safe and inclusive environment that fosters participation and belonging to the RMIT community. Mentors can help with skill and confidence building, provide ongoing support, progress checks and advice. The program offers a means to interpret course material in a way that is socially and culturally relevant to the immediate student experience.
All levels of RMIT students from VE through to PhD are involved.