Working with a learning advisor
Learning advisors provide learning support services to all enrolled learners.
Frequently asked questions about working with learning advisors.
What do learning advisors do?
Learning advisors support you with your learning.
They can help with:
Making sense of assignments, getting started
Finding and organising relevant resources
Using the library, Google Scholar, databases.
When is a good time to see a learning advisor?
Anytime, the sooner the better. Learning advisors offer daytime and evening appointments.
Book through the online form to organise an appointment at a time that suits you.
What can I expect during a session with a learning advisor?
A learning advisor can:
Meet you either 1:1 or in a small group,
Meet for one appointment per week: face-to-face or online
Give written feedback on your work
Support you with assignments or general study skills.
Do I have to have a draft ready?
No, we can help you at any stage with anything (even getting started on an assignment), but if you do have a draft, bring it along with you.
How often can I see a learning advisor?
Once a week.
Where can I meet a learning advisor?
Learning advisors are based at all three campuses. Learners can also choose to meet online.
Dunedin - The Hub, H Block, at Student Success
OPAIC - Level 8
Cromwell - Bannockburn campus
Any further questions?
Contact the learning advisors.