In line with the University’s response to COVID-19, all Student Learning Support Service programs and services will now be offered online.
Beginning Friday 20 March, students will have access to one online platform for services currently offered at the three sites – Central Library, Sturt Library and Tonsley.
The online model has been designed to replicate the drop-in centre style of support provision, with students able to book individual appointments with Academic Advisors through a dedicated FLO page – Online Learning Lounge, Student Learning Support Service. Sessions are then delivered using Collaborate online. Staff and students will be notified of the changes via the Student Learning Support Service website, the Student Learning Centre FLO site and the Learning Lounge digital screen on Level 1 of the Central Library.
The start of the English Language Support Program has been pushed back one week to allow for sessions to be delivered using Collaborate online. Sessions will begin on Tuesday 24 March. Students are being advised of changes via CareerHub.
Beginning next week, Collaborate online will be used for all teaching in BUSN 9409: Academic English for Business, COMS 1002: Keys to University Success, and NMCY 1001: Academic and Professional Numeracy.