Before Trimester 2 starts, the Library is hosting a series of online Earlybird workshops for Griffith students. 

These workshops are an opportunity to start the Trimester on the right foot. Whether you’re a returning student who needs to brush up on your skills or a new student ready to learn, the Library is here to help! 


‘Thank you so much! I have attended most of the library workshops and they have been fantastic!’ 

Trimester 1 2021 attendee 


The Earlybird workshops cover a variety of topics: 

  • Exploring Online Resources at Griffith  

Learn about the apps and systems that make up Griffith’s Online Learning Environment—how to access them, tips and tricks for using them and how to get help for each. 

  • Study Skills at University  

Learn study skills and strategies to help you maximise your time, minimise your stress and improve your experience and results.  

  • Starting Assignments at University  

Learn how to analyse your assignments and to search the range of information resources available to you at Griffith University.   

  • Writing at University  

Learn how to build an argument, structure an essay and write in an academic style.  

  • Referencing at University  

Learn why referencing matters and how to avoid plagiarism by citing materials correctly in all academic work. You’ll be introduced to the Library’s Referencing guides and how to use them effectively.  


‘Can’t wait to start writing my first essay using what I’ve learned today. Thank you!’ 

Trimester 1 2021 attendee 


How do I join a workshop?     

Please register for the online workshops via the Library Workshops calendar, which can also be accessed from the Library’s Student orientation webpage. Once registered, the workshop URL will be sent to you in a confirmation email.  

Tip: Make sure to check your Junk folder if you don’t see the confirmation email in your inbox.  

Earlybird workshop videos will be posted on the Student orientation webpage if you wish to revisit the content or if you’re unable to attend. 


For further assistance, contact the Library. 


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