We originally published this list around this time last year but it still looks pretty relevant in 2012! If you’re starting to think about what to pack and what you might need if you’re going to be living in College in 2012, here’s a great place to start, a pretty comprehensive checklist of things you’ll [...]
We’ve been talking to students over the past couple of days who’ve experienced the ‘dreaded 20min Webmail timeout’ (where mysteriously while writing you lose everything you’ve done) … actually it’s there for security purposes but if you’re going to write a long email, always do it in a word processor first and then cut and [...]
We originally published this list around this time last year but it still looks pretty relevant in 2012! If you’re starting to think about what to pack and what you might need if you’re going to be living in College in 2012, here’s a great place to start. This week Farrah Correy (who looks after [...]
First Year Advisor in the Sciences, Julie Godwin, sent over a great fact sheet she sends out to new on-campus students to help them stay on track in their second semester… but I think it’s just as relevant to off-campus students (and students in other disciplines as well). You can download it right here.
Earlier in the year we sat down with the First Year Advisors at UNE and asked them for their Top 5 Tips for new students. It’s just as relevant for students starting mid year so here they are again: Arts, Humanities and Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences – Winifred Belmont Winifred Belmont’s Top 5 Tips [...]
One of the key points for new students is to make sure you check your UNE Webmail accounts regularly – in fact at least 2-3 times a week. It’s the way UNE communicates and if you’re not checking it you will miss important info, updates and changes that you really need to know about and/or [...]
Previously we’ve posted tips from the Library peeps on Google shortcuts and eReserve and today we’re looking at what new students can expect in terms of support and how to borrow books from other University Libraries. I can’t tell you just how important the library is to successfully completing your studies (and it doesn’t matter [...]