Studying during Covid-19
During Level 2 the University campus is open, and most services have resumed face to face interaction. Student Learning (SL) has staff and receptionist on campus from 8.30am weekdays, but face-to-face consultations are limited. If you are able to request a Zoom consultation, that would be helpful, and if you are on campus, you are welcome to use one of the Student Learning meeting rooms to meet with a SL tutor via Zoom. Please ask about this at the time you make your request.
The library is open (as per this link). Student Services, Information Technology Services (ITS), and Student Health teams continue to be available online to help you manage your studies and provide for other needs throughout Level 2.
This guide will provide you with some tips for studying online during this time.
- Getting started with online learning during campus closure
- A list for students to help you prioritise your response and to get started with your study from home.
- Attending lectures from home
- What you can expect from your lecturers to help you access the course material from home.
- Participating in tutorials during Level 1
- The options that your tutors may provide for you to participate in your regular tutorials.
- Laboratory work during Level 1
- The possible ways that your lecturer will help you complete the lab requirements for your courses.
- Exams and tests
- Where to find information about changes to your assessments, particularly exams in Trimester B
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