Video – Why we’re here
(For a written version of the argument above see ‘Why we’re here’)
The LSU and This Blog’s Purpose
You’ve arrived at the LSU blog. The LSU (Learning Skills Unit) is the unit at RMIT International University Vietnam responsible for academic language and learning support for all students at the Hanoi and Saigon South sites of the University.
The purpose of this blog is to post on academic language and learning topics that can generate thinking and discussion which impact the practice of supporting learning in Higher Education. Posts are made by LSU staff and other professionals across a range of institutions.
Readership, Comments and Contributors
This blog posts every Wednesday and Friday and is read and shared by people at universities in Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, Japan the U.S. and Turkey.
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For more information on the people behind this blog, see ‘About Us‘.
The LSU staff
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