On the top floor of Newcastle Library you will find the Learner Support Centre. Here all Hunter Institute students and OTEN students receive free help on the following subjects:
Science based content
You can view a copy of the current timetable here. Or contact them on 02 49237348. You will also find similar services at Wyong, Cessnock and Ourimbah campuses.
Students at Newcastle Library signing up for LSC support.
Kurri Kurri Campus Library and the local public library have collaborated to organise a display for Adult Learner’s Week at Kurri Kurri Public Library.
This year’s theme for Adult Learner’s Week is “It’s only the beginning : Later life learning and career shifting”. It’s never too late to learn or to make a change. Hunter TAFE offers many options for prospective students. To search for available courses, go to http://www.hunter.tafensw.edu.au/courses/Pages/search.aspx, call the Course Information hotline on 131 225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Continuing the practice of co-operation with other educational institutions, the Hunter Institute Libraries will be hosting students in Librarianship from Charles Sturt University.
The future librarians will be visiting Newcastle Campus Library on Wednesday, as part of their Professional Experience Unit of either the Masters or Bachelor courses in Librarianship.
While at Newcastle Library they will learn about the services provided by Hunter Institute Lilbraries and how they are met by the Institute’s highly trained, professional, dedicated and modest staff.
“Libraries are not mono-cultural, every library has unique needs and its own way of doing things. Going to several libraries gives the students an opportunity to see the wide range of differences. This allows them to adapt to their future situations more effectively and makes them better able to meet the needs of the students and other library users”.
Jan Darcy, Newcastle Campus Library Manager discussing the value of CSU’s study visit program for students
In other news, Newcastle Campus is currently supporting CSU student Martin Gray through his library placement. Mr Gray, a published education author on eBooks, is excited to be doing his placement at an instituton he personally attended in the early noughties to study languages.
link to articles by Mr Gray: