Access a range of online resources to enhance your academic writing and study skills. Resources include recorded workshops, online training, toolkits, practice questions and other tools to help you get the most out of your academic studies.
Studiosity is an online, on-demand study help platform freely available to all Murdoch students through myMurdoch Learning (LMS). You'll find access to Studiosity conveniently located in the Extra Resources section of every unit site. You can access up to 20 submissions/sessions free each year (10 per half year).
Studiosity is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can get help whenever you need it.
For more information about Studiosity speak to a MyMurdoch Advice student success advisor.
Easy access to Library resources
The majority of Library resources are available online - all you need is your Murdoch username and password to access from off-campus Library resources and collections.
Your best search tool is Library Search, where you can access resources including ebooks, journal articles, streaming video and much more.
You’ll also need to access your unit reading list, you can do this via MyMurdoch, My Unit Readings or it may be linked from your LMS unit. Subject Guides can also be a useful resource - they provide recommended resources for your area of study.
Resources for specific topics
English language and communications
Communications skills toolkit
Through our communications toolkits you can enhance your skills in academic writing, grammar, teamwork, speaking, reading, and notetaking. The toolkits include a range of interactive modules you can work through in any order.
As a Murdoch student you have access to a free premium Grammarly account. Grammarly Premium is a tool that you can use to help you with your writing. Grammarly analyses your written text and offers suggestions for grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and style.
Maths and statistics
Numeracy, maths and statistics modules
Access extra practice questions and resources for maths and statistics units.
The Math Tutor website is an excellent resource to help you revise, or learn from scratch, maths you may need in your university studies.
Through the Graduate Research Portal students can access a range of resources and online bookings for seminars and workshops. The portal includes an online orientation module and the Graduate Research Integrity Program.
- Preparing for exams
- Organisational skills and time management