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What help is available for assessments for UG and PG coursework students?

Throughout the semester, you can:

  • Book online and on-campus workshops about academic writing, paraphrasing, referencing and oral/video presentations
  • Come to our drop-in service for assessment advice and to find out about online resources and workshops that are relevant for you
  • View examples and videos about academic writing and presenting your ideas on the Library website and through Blackboard
  • Learn about academic writing and presenting in your lectures and tutorials

After submitting your assignment:

Example times for assessment help

Enquiries about assessment help for students:

Phone: 9219999 ext.5718

The learning and teaching team collaborates with lecturers to design and deliver support for student academic literacies development that is tailored to specific assessments in UG and PG coursework. They teach on campus and online, including: workshops, videos, and web page content. The team also connects with lecturers to support individual or small groups of students after assignment submission.

Mark Bassett

Mark Bassett

Team Leader, Learning and Teaching

Throughout the semester

Students have direct access to learning advisors through drop-ins and workshops.

After assignment submission

The essential steps for working with undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students are below. Our focus is on working with lecturer feedback.How we work with UG & PG coursework students

Learning advisors may be able to work with you on your assignment once it has been submitted and marked by your lecturer. In accordance with AUT’s proofreading guidelines for student assessments and the guidelines for the proofreading of postgraduate theses and dissertations at AUT, learning advisors do not proofread or check student work. Students may have approximately two appointments per semester.

Meet with a senior student who will mentor you in a specific subject or on general academic skills.
Get feedback on your work before you have to submit it for marking. Log into Blackboard – scroll down under ‘My organisations’.
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Use Turnitin originality reports to help you to check your use of other people’s words and ideas. Watch short videos that show you:
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Proofreaders and editors
Your faculty may have a list of approved proofreaders and editors (available at a cost). AUT has proofreading guidelines for student assessments and the guidelines for the proofreading of postgraduate theses and dissertations at AUT.
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