Skill Works is a tool which has been designed to help students build their capabilities, as a person, a student and as a future professional.
Academic Skills - Workshops cover a range of topics which include: research skills, reading effectively, academic writing, critical thinking etc.
Academic Skills - Consultations provides an e-mail consultation service for students who are unable to make it to campus. Individual consultations arranged by appointment.
Computing Skills - Workshops & Drop-in Sessions assist students to finetune their skills in: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Dreamweaver, HTML and SPSS.
Library Skills - Workshops & Tours are an excellent way for students to orientate themselves with the library and various collections. Topics include: getting online, academic web searching and database super-searching.
Library Research Tutorial enables students to analyse, plan, find, evaluate and use information from a range of sources.
Learning Centres and Common-Use Computer Laboratories provide facilities that include Internet, email, the Library catalogue and databases, word processing, other software tools, printing and photocopying facilities and course-specific software.
Undergraduate Scholarships – General
Griffith Award for Academic Excellence are given to students who achieve a GPA of at least 6.0 for the academic year.
Golden Key International Honour Society – Griffith University Chapter
The Golden Key International Honour Society invites students who have completed their first year of study and achieved a grade point average of 5.5 or above to become members. The benefits include leadership and career opportunities, voluntary community service, attending the society's annual conference and networking.
Learning@Griffith supports the development, and delivery of web based learning for a large number of University courses.
Learning@Griffith Support assists students with online access, tipsheets, frequently asked questions and help with technical problems.
Virtual Student Orientation
Studying@Griffith - Group Discussions and how they can lead to effective learning and deeper understanding.
Studying@Griffith - Skills that I have/need is a site that enables students to evaluate what skills they currently possess and skills they need to develop in relation to: Library Research Skills; Generic Academic Skills; and Computing Skills.