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Grammarly and Studiosity

Are you feeling overwhelmed or unsure about an assignment? Get writing feedback through Grammarly or chat with an online tutor through Studiosity.

What is Grammarly?

The premium version of Grammarly is an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that will provide suggestions relating to spelling, grammar, and punctuation in order to make your writing more understandable and help you make the right impression based on your audience and goals.

7000 Grammarly places are available. Unless this allocation is exhausted, all Curtin students can access Grammarly via the link in the Students tab in Blackboard – it’s listed under Library resources.

What is GrammarlyGO, and can I use it?

GrammarlyGO is a generative artificial intelligence (Gen-AI) tool with similar functionality to ChatGPT. Users can ask GrammarlyGO to produce drafts, make revisions, suggest topics and provide information on a topic. Like with other forms of Gen-AI, you must check your unit-specific guidelines, as you may not be permitted to use this tool in assignments.

GrammarlyGO is not activated within the Curtin-provided version of Grammarly.

What is Studiosity?

Studiosity is an online writing and study skills feedback service. Students enrolled in first-year units can access Studiosity for 24/7 study help, with two services on offer:

  • Writing Feedback gives you constructive, confidential writing feedback. Simply upload an assignment draft, and you’ll receive comments, suggestions and encouragement from a Studiosity tutor within 24 hours.
  • Connect Live offers one-to-one, personalised help in real-time. Friendly tutors can help you with your tricky study questions on maths, science, statistics, English, assignments and more.

You can access Studiosity through Blackboard within first-year units. Look for the Studiosity link in the unit menu.

More support

If you’re looking for further help, you can connect with a Peer Academic Mentor, boost your skills with a range of workshops or online guides, or contact the Library.