Three modes of course
This course is offered in three modes (1) Weekday; (2) Special Circumstances; and (3) Infrequent Attendance.
The main difference between these three modes is that
- Weekday attend a face-to-face two hour seminar on campus;
- Special circumstances attend a two hour zoom tutorial; and
- infrequent attendance complete weekly online exercises instead of seminars, and also attend two special oncampus sessions during semester.
Lectures are pre-recorded and available via ECHO360's Active Learning Platform (accessible via iLearn).
Seminars start in Week 2. Further details are available in the unit schedule.
The following technologies are used in this unit...
Make sure that you regularly check your student email for correspondence with teaching staff and course announcements.
Important information about the weekly schedule, course readings and assessment are all available on the course iLearn page. If you do not have access, please contact IT help. You are required to check iLearn and your student email regularly for course updates and information.
All written assessments need to be submitted online via Turnitin only. A link to Turnitin is available via the Assessments tab on the iLearn page. Please contact the convenor if you cannot find it (do not leave it until the day of the assessment). There is no need to submit a hard copy of the assessment or to include a cover sheet.
Feedback will be made available online via GradeMark. It will take four forms (in no particular order): specific comments in the text of your paper; overall comments; a score on a qualitative rubric (that cannot be used to calculate your mark numerically); and a numeric score. Once you have received your assignment back, please make sure that you have access to these forms of feedback.
Leganto is the electronic system for accessing unit readings that can be accessed via the iLearn page. Readings are allocated via topic. As well as the required readings for each topic, you may find recommended and optional readings. The required readings are available in pdf or electronic format. If you are not able to access the readings, please contact the unit convenor via email.