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Take a look at our new calendar of online events to fill your week

Tuesday, 28 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

ECU has launched a new calendar collating all the events happening online each week.

Take two minutes to give us some feedback on your units - tell us how you're faring

Monday, 27 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Check your ECU email for a link to provide quick feedback on your semester 1 unit so far. Hurry though - surveys open three days only!

Honouring ANZAC Day during the time of COVID-19

Friday, 24 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

This year's ANZAC Day ceremonies will be distinctly different to previous years as Australians find new ways to mark the occasion.

'Online learning: You’ve got this' – view the Q&A panel event recording

Thursday, 23 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Some of you may thrive when you attend your lectures and tutorials on campus. You might find you struggle to focus or lack confidence in studying on your own. Others have children to look after and home can be a bit distracting. Or you might not have the greatest home internet connection.

That’s why ECU hosted a live Q&A panel event on Thursday 23 April to help you with learning online.

Use Studiosity to get expert advice on your assignments

Thursday, 23 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Studiosity is a community site that allows you to get feedback on your work and help you through any roadblocks you encounter.

Be a Better Human: Let’s talk about sexual harassment

Thursday, 23 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Sexual harassment is any unwanted or unwelcome sexual behaviour where a reasonable person, having regard for all the circumstances, would have anticipated that the person harassed might feel offended, humiliated or intimidated.

COVID-19 Update from Vice Chancellor Steve Chapman

Wednesday, 22 April 2020

A message about COVID-19 from ECU Vice Chancellor Steve Chapman.

Virtual Peer Support for online learning (VEEPS)

Wednesday, 22 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

While studying online it’s likely you’re going to be faced with some new ways of doing things.
VEEPS are here to usher you through your online learning journey!

What services are available in ECU's Careerhub?

Tuesday, 21 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

ECU's Careerhub is filled with resources to help people looking for work, developing their employability skills, graduate programs and job opportunities.

University Contact Officers are here to help anyone experiencing harassment, discrimination or victimisation

Monday, 20 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

University Contact Officers (UCOs) perform an important role by acting as an alternative support contact on matters related to harassment, discrimination and/or victimisation.

Top tips for living with other people

Monday, 20 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Living with other people can be challenging. When you first move out of your family home it's likely you'll share a space with friends, others students or maybe someone you've only recently met. Adjusting to new living arrangements, or sharing a space with other people who come from different backgrounds, can be challenging.

Be a Better Human: Let’s talk about consent

Saturday, 18 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Consent is about respecting and accepting everybody’s right to say no. Consent is required at every stage of intimacy and at any point in a relationship – just because you are in a relationship, doesn’t mean you no longer need consent.

Do you need to consider strategies to avoid burnout during COVID-19?

Friday, 17 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

ECU has a series of tips sheets to help people develop their own mental health plan, as well as a team of expert counsellors you can make an appointment with.

Burnout is a condition that can evolve slowly over a period of prolonged and gradual stress. When it begins to occur, a cycle can be detected. If you’re on the road to burnout you’ll often start to feel exhausted.

Help spread some small moments of joy to elderly citizens

Friday, 17 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

With limitations placed on visitors to aged-care centres, many residents are missing the social interaction provided by friends, family and volunteers. Help out by sigining up to an old-fashioned pen-pal program.

Tips and resources for helping manage anxiety during COVID-19

Thursday, 16 April 2020 Student > News > Latest news > 2020 > 04

Experiencing anxiety is very normal. Experiencing anxiety during a global crisis is also very normal and to be expected. We've put together some tips and links to helpful resources.

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