Learning Advisers

Learning and Teaching Development Advisers provide a range of services to enhance student learning activities.

Some Learning Advisers work in specific areas

Te Fale Pouāwhina Advisers provide a friendly and professional service based on kaupapa Māori and Pacific principles, focusing on academic skills development at both undergraduate and postgraduate for Māori and Pacific student success.

Inclusive Learning Advisers provide learning assessments, recommendations for special exam conditions and academic development opportunities to University of Auckland students.

English Language Advisers provide English language development opportunities for students and staff at the University of Auckland.

Learning Advisers provide a range of services

Learning Advisers:

  • Create online tutorials and resources to enhance learning.
  • Facilitate workshops on academic reading and writing, time management, study skills, communicating and presenting, test/exam preparation and critical thinking.
  • Contribute to the Doctoral Skills Programme to help candidates develop and improve the skills needed to complete a major research project.
  • Offer individual advisory sessions to help students develop effective academic skills.
  • Collaborate with academic staff and Libraries and Learning Services staff to integrate academic and information literacy into the curriculum.

Staff collaboration

Learning Advisers can work with university staff, e.g., faculty teaching staff, or CLeaR staff, on any of the activities outlined above. Find out more.