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What's it like to study abroad? Insights from Studiosity's Mona Pradella

Apr 17, 2019
International student numbers are on the rise in Australia. In 2017, over half of Australian university places were occupied by international students. Here we talk to Studiosity's own Mona Pradella on her experience as an international student, and how it helped form her career.

Are Australian universities preparing our students for employment?

Apr 11, 2019
The main goal of university is ultimately to prepare students for employment. With rising fees, it's becoming even more important that students are able to find jobs after their studies. However, increasing student numbers means that this isn't always possible. Are Australian students really prepared for employment?

Proofreading vs editing: What's the difference?

Apr 10, 2019
Proofreading involves correcting surface errors in grammar, punctuation and spelling. Editing, on the other hand, seeks to improve your essay's overall quality. Feedback can help with both.

Review of online study help - thoughts from a university student

Apr 5, 2019
A university student and first time Studiosity user shares her experience with the Writing Feedback service. Reposted from Jennifer Reinhardt's blog, with permission.

What students say about studying and using Studiosity

Mar 27, 2019
Behind the scenes of the latest Studiosity video shoot, with students talking about their experiences using Studiosity and how it helps them succeed.

Book review: Draft No.4 Writing tips from a Master

Mar 26, 2019
McPhee’s much anticipated Draft No.4, On the Writing Process, is both deeply nostalgic and quirkily entertaining. For budding writers it offers an eclectic collection of anecdotes, touchstones and mud-maps, alongside earnest encouragement for those immersed in the sometimes brutal process of “knitting a novel”, writes Mike Larsen.

Why I love chemistry (and you should too)

Mar 13, 2019
Chemistry often seems to students an impenetrable world. However, chemistry is filled with puzzles, and solving any puzzle can be extremely satisfying.

Thoughts on women in education: a conversation with Professor Judyth Sachs

Mar 8, 2019
Professor Judyth Sachs talks about International Women's Day, the education sector and the importance of role models for young women.

How to keep up with student demands while maintaining academic integrity

Feb 22, 2019
Students are the lifeblood of a university. They drive our professionals to seek great outcomes and shape Australia's future, so it's their demands that should shape the way universities provide educational support services. So, are universities understanding how the students of today want to learn?

Meeting the demands of Australia's growing international student population

Feb 19, 2019
The number of international students at Australian universities is growing and it's important we are able to provide them with support to reach their potential.