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Communication Skills Toolkit: Unlocking The Secrets Of Tertiary Success

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This concise, practical and easy-to-read toolkit covers a broad range of valuable communication skills and literacies to help you achieve academic success, no matter which discipline you study. This toolkit is full of examples of other students' successful communication efforts, tips and warnings for better communication, and activities to develop your own communication sk ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published February 23rd 2010 by Cengage Learning Australia
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Mathew Walls
Pompous, condescending and almost entirely without value. The tips in this book range from the blindingly obvious to things that are covered repeatedly throughout primary and secondary education, with the only exceptions being the university-specific research skills generally covered by lecturers in introductory level classes. The information given about websites and the internet in general is either outdated or inaccurate and the authors seem to be aware of modern technology only at second-hand ...more
Clearly presented, comprehensive, sound advice on dealing with a range of academic requirements.

My one reservation: it proceeds from the base assumption that all University entrants are fairly naive or stupid (e.g. that they don't know you can't use textspeak in an essay, that they have learned nothing from high school English expectations), which wears thin after a while, but on the other hand that may well reflect a degree of real-world experience on the authors' part - who knows. I'm assumin
Jodie Sinclair
Excellent guide for life at Uni and in particular, writing essays. Should be compulsory for all Year 1 students. Well written with personality, it was like having a lecturer on tap.
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