We recognise that there are many changes rapidly occurring in your lives and study commitments. We have a range of services, resources and information to assist you through the transformation. Remember, if you need help, get in contact with your lecturers, tutors, and the teams in Student Life. We are here to help you.
This video provides an introduction to using our core online learning technologies.Learn about online learning technologies
SLIDE is a suite of online modules to learn through the use of technologies; how to communicate, collaborate and connect with your lecturers and fellow students.SLIDE: Student Learning in a Digital Environment
A guide for using Zoom real-time video conferencing tool that delivers live, online tutorials.Watch our introduction to zoom
Our Learning Advisers at the Academic Skills Centre provide workshops on academic and English language skills required for university study as well as unit-specific assistance with a wide range of assessments.Learning support while you're off campus
Your central point of access to Blackboard, student email, news, logins, and more.
This is where you'll find all things related to your studies and course progression. Such as assignments, exams, study assistance, important dates, and much more.
Libraries at each campus provide comprehensive book and journal collections, electronic resources and facilities for study and research.
Discuss issues like your studies, your health, careers and jobs and much more with people who care about your life at ECU.
Whether you are facing financial hardship, or just looking for a little assistance, we want your studies to come first. Find out what help is available to you.
We think our campuses are pretty great! But don't just take our word for it - check out all of the fantastic facilities and services on offer.
If you have recently lost your job, ECU’s Careers Advisers can help with resume writing, interview skills and advice on what you can do to find work. Book an online appointment via CareerHub to speak to a Careers Adviser.
Our Careers and Employability page has information on upcoming graduate recruitment programs, employers who are currently hiring, and tips for job seeking.Careers and Employability CareerHub
IDAHOBIT celebrates LGBTIQ people globally and raises awareness for the work still needed to combat discrimination.
Exams are coming up in a few weeks, log on to SIMO and check to see if you have any in your schedule.
National Careers Week will be running between the 17 May – 21 May. Engage with industry partners, career's practitioners and employability workshops to increase your understanding of career development and it's importance in your graduate employability.
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