Crawford approach to referencing
The Crawford school encourages the use of the Australian Government Style Manual Author-Date style for assessment tasks undertaken for Crawford courses. Information on how to apply the AGSM Author-Date style can be found on our Wattle site.

Crawford Academic Skills Handbook
The Crawford Academic Skills team maintains an online handbook covering important skills and information from time management and useful apps to reading and writing skills to academic integrity. The Academic Skills Handbook is available through Wattle and is accessible to all students enrolled in a course at the Crawford School.

Pre-sessional course
New students take a four-week pre-sessional course, CRWF7900 Graduate Academic and Research Skills for Public Policy, run before the start of each semester.

CRWF7900 consists of Academic and Research Skills and an Information Literacy Program (ILP). Academic and Research Skills covers academic reading and writing, critical thinking, the use of argument and evidence, academic integrity and referencing, and oral presentation skills.

The ILP supports students with information management, information searching and information technology skills.

Updated:  22 March 2023/Responsible Officer:  Crawford Engagement/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team