A project investigating online video resources for transitioning to university in languages education is now available free through the ANU’s School of Literatures, Languages, and Linguistics website. Current research indicates that students’ expectations are a major factor predicting academic performance in first-year university students (McKenzie & Schweitzer 2010). First-year students can sometimes struggle to keep up with the workload in learning a new language and to adapt themselves to the pace of learning required at university level. This problem is often to do with how best to go about studying languages; in other words the best method to study a language and succeed well. So a team of ANU researchers created a series of ten videos (each of 2-3 mins), covering the key aspects of language learning and delivery, all easily accessed and shared (e.g. to university learning management systems) via YouTube, and almost all non-ANU specific. The videos feature footage from actual language classes, interviews with current students and staff, and general study advice. For more information, please contact Josh Brown.