Online Toolkit 5 [Final Video]: Thursday 28th February

Published On March 1, 2019 | By Amy | Online Toolkit

Hi everyone,

This is our final installment of our Online Toolkit sessions. In this video, we have a lot of positive advice for you to help you get started with your studies.

If you would like to see more videos like this in the future, please do get in touch and let us know. 

We wish you all the best for your studies and don’t forget that we are only a phone call or email away if you need anything along the way.

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6 Responses to Online Toolkit 5 [Final Video]: Thursday 28th February

  1. edweena ladmore says:

    This has been fantastic to get top tips from lecturers and support systems. They were excellent tips and being my first time studying at Uni online, I found them somewhat comforting to see that lecturers are people like me and ready to help. Your presentation was also easy to listen to and watch. Thanks

  2. lauren dibiasi says:

    Thank you so much for taking the time to compile these toolkits. I’ve found them amazingly helpful to normalise my feelings of overwhelm haha.

  3. Guy says:


    I’ve been an online student for a few trimesters now, and I really likes the various bits of advice. One thing that was REALLY cool was seeing the campus! I’m heading over for an intensive school in May, so look forwards to seeing it in person.
    Keep up the good work!

    Guy (Perth)

  4. Jacob Argent says:

    Thanks Meg and co for putting these toolkits together. I found them informative and comforting. Studying online can feel a little isolating at times so it was nice to see and hear from some of the staff and find out about some of the resources that are available to us.
    I would like to see the odd video in the future of other people and services, maybe even events and the facilities there.
    Thanks again keep up the good work

  5. Sue Malouf says:

    A big thank you for all these toolkit session, especially this last one as I have started stressing out now that the trimester has arrived. Being a first time student, mature age, working full time and having a family, I felt a little more at ease with the compassion from the lecturers as well as the great tips. Thank you, thank you 🙂

  6. Bev Smith says:

    Great set of little videos, so thank you for doing these. As an online student, it’s really good to be reminded that we are part of something, so this helps to cut down any feelings of exclusion or isolation. UNE really does online so well.

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