Module

  • Communications

    Use these communication tools to give yourself an online presence and connect with teachers and other students. Collaboration is acknowledged as an important way to learn (called 'social learning'). Online spaces can complement face-to-face as a supportive learning environment.

    Make sure you are present – in f2f sessions and in FLO. Your presence is a recipe for success. Use a tool below or refer to the contact block (right-hand side or bottom of screen) for teaching team details.

  • Key resources


    The resources in this section are important for your self-management and learning. Revisit them as often as you need to.
  • Week 1: Getting started

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    …the recommended amount of study for university topics is 6-10 hours per week per topic (outside of class time). This is double what is expected of students at school and is equivalent to a full time job. (Student and Staff Expectations and Experiences Project)
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    We expect our students to learn to convey clearly and fluently their knowledge, understanding, reasoning and decisions…  We expect our students to interact effectively and properly with others in a variety of settings. (Flinders University graduate qualities)
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    We expect our students to learn to convey clearly and fluently their knowledge, understanding, reasoning and decisions…  We expect our students to interact effectively and properly with others in a variety of settings. (Flinders University graduate qualities)
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