I am studying Education in my third year of University. I have already begun work on my dissertation, which is due next fall.
In the quest to work on an issue that is both interesting and important in relation to Education, I discussed with my supervisor the possibility of working on the new media and how it could help universities improve the quality of assistance they provide to students under the hood of the Writing Help Centres. She loved the idea, and after a few necessary steps here I am. I would like all of you to take a few minutes out and fill out this survey for my research. Please!
Help me out, please. Thank you very much!
I've had a look, but I think it is aimed more at undergrads? at my uni there are loads of booklets on all sorts of aspects of writing, and I suspect they are also online, as is material concerning referencing etc. for undergrads, and of course anyone else can access this. I think my uni expects postgrads to recognise their own weaknesses and go and find the help themselves, the librarians would always help anyone who needed assistance in this kind of process - I know because I used to work in the library on a Saturday on the helpdesk. One of the things with total reliance on computers to help students in these kind of areas is that they don't always explain things in more than one way so if you can't understand it the first time it just gives you more of the same instead of trying a different angle which can be annoying and unproductive.
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