on December 9th, 2016
Thinking about studying in 2010/2011?
 
Join us for a live, interactive web-based session that provides tips and tricks for study that work.  During this 45 minute session we’ll focus on the special requirements of distance learning (e-learning), looking at 5 myths before moving onto 8 “best practice” tips, distilled from many years of experience.  Your presenter will be Dr Steve Mackay, the foundation Dean of Engineering at the EIT.
 
We introduce a winning formula – 3 ingredients that, when added together, will reward every student.
 
We’ll also spend a little time explaining how our e-learning education works, focussing on the upcoming Advanced Diploma intake.
 
Whether you are embarking upon a new study routine after some years away from the desk or consider yourself an “old hand”, this session will give you new ideas and motivation.
 
The webinar will be presented live from 9.00am GMT/UTC on Wednesday October 20th.  (10.00am London, 11.00am S Africa. 5.00pm Western Australia)

What you’ll need
This 45 minute web-based session will be live, in real time.  All you need to participate is a computer with adequate internet connection, speakers and (ideally) a microphone.
Register Now to join or receive the recording
To register please send a message to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with ‘Register Me for Study Skills Webinar’ in the subject line.  The email body needs to contain your first and last names. Carol will send you an acknowledgement email with joining instructions. If the Webinar timing does not suit you, please register anyway, stating “Recording Only” in the main body of the email.


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