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If you didn’t make it to T2 Orientation this morning, or you just want to check on a link, you can download the slides for the presentation here. Feel free to get in touch with...

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In the next couple of days, IT @ UNE will change the landing page for your Office365 account, that is, the page you first see when you log in to http://access.une.edu.au. Instead of going straight to...

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If you are enrolled in trimester 2 units, you will have access to them in Moodle as of today. This is a great opportunity to start planning your studies for the upcoming trimester, getting a feel...

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The Academic Board has approved a revision to Clause (8) f.  of the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct Rule. Clause (8) f. of the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct Rule was amended on 18 May 2017 as...

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I suppose you could say we are at the “pointy end” of Trimester 1 right about now. Major assignments are due, exams are just around the corner, and a lot of students are struggling to...

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Welcome to the first weekly “Big Issue” blog. Each week during the Trimester, we will cover an issue that has a lot of students asking questions and provide some answers for you. Most students calling...

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There will be free flu shots available in the Wright Centre (near the colleges) at the following times over the next three days. Wednesday 26 April – 12PM – 5PM Thursday 27 April – 9AM...

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Preparing for Exams, is presented by Martin Collins from the Academic Skills Office and Annette Stevenson from Counselling. This workshop gives you the “low-down” on exams such as why we have them and the rules...

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Do you have a broken limb or a long/short term illness that is affecting your study? Do you have a health condition or disability that impacts your study and/or work placement? The UNE Special Needs...

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Your Tutor has asked us to let you know that their Connect Live service will be closed over the Easter long weekend, from April 14 – 17, as well as ANZAC Day, April 25.  The Writing Feedback...

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For those of you attending intensive schools on-campus, the residential Colleges offer $10 meal deals for casual stays (Sunday  – Thursday dinner). The dining halls can only process cash payments and meals are available between  between...

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Most units in Moodle have a direct link to the Your Tutor service, but there are still a few that do not. If you cant find the YourTutor link on the right-hand side of your Moodle...

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A lot of you would have noticed that the uni systems went down for a few hours yesterday afternoon. We thought we would provide a couple of tips to help you avoid further interruptions to...

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If you have received an Academic Progression Alert or a Show Cause Notice, you might be wondering what to do next. You may need help but aren’t sure who to get in touch with. You...

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Some of you might be set up in Moodle to receive an email alert when someone posts in a forum. It can be handy but it can also mean a lot of emails, especially in...

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