Our students, faculty and staff have free access to the services of, an automated grammar tutor and revision tool for students.

To access the program, go to and register using your institutional email address. Students can register with their personal email using an access code. Contact us at to request for the access code. Once you have registered you will receive an email confirming your registration. Click on the link in the confirmation email and your will have full access to Sentenceworks for the period of the pilot at no charge.

Grammarly@EDU is an automated grammar tutor and revision tool for academic writing. A web-based application, Grammarly@EDU works one-on-one with a student to develop sentence-level writing skills, prevent plagiarism, and reinforce proper revision habits. Upload drafts of your writing assignments to Grammarly@EDU to receive immediate instructional feedback on over 100 points of grammar and double-check if all sources are properly cited!

Patent-pending technology identifies problem areas in student writing, and delivers instant instructional feedback on over 100 points of grammar.

Engaging user-interface transforms the revision of text into a learning session that is both structured and connected to students' immediate writing challenges.
Originality detection technology allows students to check their own work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of 10+ billion documents.
The Teaching and Learning Centre offers the following to enrich your student experience on-campus.

For more information on the workshop that interests you, kindly contact
Workshop on Student Practices and Habits 


Effective Campus Social Habits
  • Network effectively
  • Join activities which offers wide range of skills
  • Be aware of people with different abilities and facilitate the needs
Study Strategies for Academic Success
  • Identify their academic goals
  • Recognize their learning style
  • Incorporate the Cornell-Note-Taking-Format into their learning strategies
Writing a graduate/student CV
  • Recognize a suitable CV layout
  • Recognize points to include and exclude in their CV
  • Use appropriate language
8 Powerful Body Language Tips
  • Recognize and be self-aware of body languages
  • Interpret body language
  • Use suitable body language to impact predetermined message
Presentation Skills

Part I:
Creating and Delivering an Engaging Presentation
  • Plan a presentation (components)
  • Develop presentation
  • Deliver presentation
Part II:
Ways to Make Effective Slides  
  • Identify the most popular mistakes in slide creation
  • Use fonts, sizes, designs and colours
  • Be aware and use images and words to the slides