Answered By: Dianne Davis Last Updated: 23 Jan, 2018 Views: 27
Ask your teacher for guidelines on writing assessments.
You can also access tutoring help either in the library or online.
Adult Study Centres
Face-to face tutors are located in most Hunter and Central Coast TAFE Libraries - they are usually available for a couple of hours 2-3 days a week and you can just drop in anytime to ask for advice and assistance for your assignments.
Contact your local TAFE library to find out the timetable and for contact details for one of the tutors.
Studiosity (previously YourTutor)
TAFE NSW provides a free online tutoring service Studiosity.
You will see an icon for Studiosity on the home page.
Online tutors are available from 3pm-12pm, Sundays to Fridays.
You can also submit a written document & have feedback on it within 24 hours using Studiosity Writing Feedback.
Referencing Help from Librarians
Library staff can assist you with referencing your assignment. You may need to book a time with the librarian to get one-on-one assistance.
Refer to the Referencing and Research Help LibGuide for handouts and useful weblinks you can use.
Need Help? TAFE Library Services
TAFE Library Services are happy to assist you in person, on the phone or via email.
Our webpage has links to:
- Library Locations/Contact details
- eResources (including eJournals, eBooks and eVideos)
- Referencing guides and much more.
TAFE NSW students can use any TAFE NSW Library.
Please contact us if you have any questions.