The Study Metro is an academic study tool you can use when writing assignments, searching for sources and in relation to other working methods that form part of studying. The Study Metro offers advice, inspiration og exercises.
The Study Metro contains information on:
The front page Study Metro is shaped like a subway map, and you click on the individual stations to read more about the subjects presented as the names of the stations.
The Study Metro was designed for international students at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. However, all students are welcome to use the Study Metro. Students from other faculties may find the pink and the green metro lines to be the most generally useful lines.
The contents of the Study Metro are to be regarded as advice, not instructions. Remember to check with your own department and your supervisor to see if there are special rules or demands that you have to meet.
The Study Metro is an English version of the Danish website, Studiemetro, which was created by Tine Wirenfeldt Jensen in 2002 with a program by Hypergenic. Iris Galili helped create the English version in 2007. It is not a direct translation of the Danish site. Some of the content only exists in the English version, while some themes are more elaborated on in the Danish version.
The Study Metro is maintained and developed by the Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media, Arts, Aarhus University.