Ever heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It’s a useful time management method to help maximise your focus while studying at home or doing other project work. The technique uses a timer to dedicate chunks of time such as 25 minutes, to concentrate on your task at hand and allows for short breaks in between. A nice way to keep you on track and stay motivated! Have a look at this video to learn more about Pomodoro.
If you need any tips on assignment writing or organising your time to stay on task, check out the Library’s Study Smart webpage. You will find information such as how to structure your assignment, report writing advice and hints on working on effective group projects.
Also, make use of the Smarthinking service to get feedback online on your writing skills. A tutor will respond to you in 24 hours.
But wait, there’s more! Have you seen the Thrive Online page? Thrive Online prepares you for studying online but has some useful information for getting started on your assignment, staying on track and advice if you are feeling overwhelmed or swamped. Remember at Griffith, there is always someone who will help you out.
Contact the Library if you need any help with your assignment whether it be research, referencing, or academic writing help. You can contact us online via Chat, Email or by completing the Get help from the Library webform.