Planning and writing assignments / dissertations / theses
Student Learning Development
HEDC Student Learning Development provides free academic development to students studying at the University of Otago.
Our workshops are great for finding out what is expected of you at all levels of university study. These workshops are interactive, informal sessions, which are designed to help you discover new techniques and skills to support your study.
Whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student studying on campus or at a distance, we have a wide range of workshops on offer. If you are a distance student and a workshop is not offered via Zoom, you are welcome to make a one-to-one appointment with the workshop facilitator. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Click on the link below to see the range of workshops on offer and the mode of delivery.
Think you need help or have a specific question related to your study, research or university life? Talk to one of our student learning staff.
Christchurch students can make an appointment through the Dunedin campus via Zoom, email or telephone, whichever suits. Please contact us for more information:
Endnote training is run by the Canterbury Medical Library
- Unravelling EndNote
More information about the workshop
- Endnote training is run several times a year
- Details of training sessions at the Canterbury Medical Library
- Email email@example.com to enrol
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
Consultancy is available to students undertaking thesis or dissertation research.
More information about Biostatistics in Christchurch
- Which biostatistician you meet with depends on your department
- Biostatistics and Computational Biology Consultancy group