Teachers - online information, learning and study resources
QUT Library learning and study support resources are relevant for senior school students considering a tertiary pathway. These online resources incorporate many of the Common Curriculum Elements (CCEs) of the Queensland senior curriculum.
You are welcome to direct students to these resources to use as extension activities or to adapt them to your own classroom needs. Study Smart, Assignment Calculator, and QUT cite|write are Creative Commons licensed which allows you to download, modify and/or redistribute non-commercially, providing you acknowledge QUT Library and license your new creations under identical terms. No permission needs to be sought or granted if the conditions of the licence are observed. Please note that some resources linked from Studywell and Study Smart are available to QUT staff and students only.
Assignment Calculator is a planning and time management tool which breaks writing tasks into six steps.
As well as providing a project timeline, each step is supported with links to study skills resources.
Study Smart is a step-by-step tutorial to learn effective research and study skills such as locating, evaluating and using information. While each module logically follows the last, you may choose to use individual modules to suit your classroom needs.
As a self-paced tutorial, Study Smart is an ideal extension activity.
Subject Guides are research starters that can be used in the classroom to direct students to quality information sources including books, journals, databases and websites.
A wide range of topics are covered within this collection of subject guides.
QUT cite|write is an introductory guide to referencing, citing and writing at an undergraduate level.
QUT cite|write provides a reliable and consistent approach to referencing and citation which can be adopted as your classroom or school standard.
As members of the public, teachers and school students can access a range of databases from within QUT Library buildings.
These resources are particularly useful for students who want to research further than your school's library collection.