The University of Adelaide College Announcements
It's time for the annual Critical Thinking UFO Photograph Competition! Fake your best photo of a UFO (or snap a real one) and send your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Explanation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4K6WdQ1mC4&feature=youtu.be&t=1m29s
Great prizes to be won! Prizes will be announced 18th May!
Next Tuesday 1st May in the level 3 foyer area. Food prepared by the FSP1 Nutrition Students.
Congratulations to the winners of the STEM Scavenger Hunt! The first prize winners were Jean, Tapi and Vincent, second prize was won by Jency and Jeremy and third prize was won by Vivian and Kah Yee!
PARTICIPATE IN THE EASTER SCAVENGER
HUNT IN GROUPS OF UP TO THREE MEMBERS
TO WIN PRIZES! ! !
LEARN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING
AND MATHEMATICS ALONG THE WAY!
REGISTER YOURSELF OR YOUR GROUP BY SCANNING THE QR CODE
Registration forms also available from College reception
You can view the slides from the Student Services presentation in the attachment.
Student Services are located in Room 303 on the Grenfell Street Campus
•Monday-Friday 10am –12pm & 2pm –4pm (no bookings required)
•alternatively book your meeting at Reception on Level 2 or directly with the Student Services staff
Honour Roll students nominated by their teachers for academic excellence, improvement or voluntary contributions to the College community.
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This course will help prepare you for the challenge of studying in an Australian University environment
Term 4 Academic Skills: Online Discussion
Your final Academic Skills task for this year is participation in online discussion. This is highly likely to form an element of coursework at university.
During this term you should:
Add at least ONE new discussion topic;
Give your opinion on at least ONE discussion topic posted by someone else;
Make at least THREE direct replies to other people's comments.
This forum will be moderated and, while you may post on any topic, please ensure that your posts remain polite and respectful at all times. Remember that you are practising taking part in an academic discussion forum, so please avoid using very informal language, eg, 'wanna', 'you guys', or emoticons :), and try to show that your opinions are based on evidence and reasoning.
Please also review the advice on online discussion which we discussed briefly in class (click on the link below):
University of Waterloo 2017, Online discussions: tips for students, Centre for Teaching Excellence, viewed 20/04/2018,
The discussion forum will close at 5.00pm on Friday 23 November 2018.
EAP has 3 specific aims:
1) to prepare overseas students to be successful students in an Australian setting
2) to prepare students for studying at university level
3) to familiarise students with the tasks that will be required at university level.
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