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Learning Advisers

How can Learning Advisers help?

Learning Advisers are trained professionals who are ready to help you develop a wide range of academic skills. Learning Advisers can meet with you for a one-on-one or group consultation to:

  • discuss an aspect of your assignment and academic expectations 
  • help you gain study skills and work on your writing skills

They can help you with:

  • task management and analysing assignment questions, 
  • researching, referencing and using relevant supporting evidence,
  • academic integrity,
  • reading, listening and note-taking,
  • academic writing, proofreading and editing strategies,
  • oral presentations,
  • basic computer skills such as formatting and page set-up, and
  • mathematical and statistical concepts (Learning STEM Advisers).
How can I learn online?

The Learning Advisers have put together a How to learn online resource for students. It contains tips on how to get the most out of online tutorials and lectures and advice on how to complete assessments online.

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Book quick (20 minute) targeted advice from a USC Learning Adviser either via phone or Zoom during business hours.

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Drop-in sessions

Got a question? Drop-in! Stop by any drop-in session on campus for quick and targeted advice on study strategies and support.

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Interactive Zoom sessions designed to help you understand the most common academic skills associated with study at USC.


Live chat with a Studiosity educator or upload your document for additional feedback outside of business hours.