The CQUni Handbook will soon have a new look and feel with improvements and changes set to be made live on Thursday, 28 June. The new-look handbook will improve the user-experience with a fresh, modern look!
Keep reading for a sneak peak at the new-look Handbook…
What is the Handbook?
The Handbook contains information about all CQUniversity courses and units including assessment overview, key dates, residential schools, timetables and links to important policies and procedures. It is your responsibility as a student to read, know and understand the rules and requirements in the Handbook that govern your successful unit and course completion.
Why are we making these changes?
We’re always look to improve the user experience to make things easier for you to navigate and more enjoyable to interact with. Following feedback from our students and staff, we’re delivering improvements which will bring the website architecture to modern standards and enhance usability.
We know our students are always out and about leading busy student lives – that’s why the new Handbook will also be more compatible with mobile devices to ensure you can access the information you need anywhere, anytime.
What will it look like?
The new look will be fresh and modern, resembling websites you’re already familiar with, like the MyCQU Student Portal and Moodle websites, to ensure you get a more consistent experience across our systems.
When is this happening?
The changes will be made live on Thursday, 28 June 2018.
What do you have to do?
Nada, zero, zilch…. absolutely nothing! (I think you get my point). You can sit back and relax while we implement the changes which will improve your user experience. These changes will happen automatically on Thursday, 28 June and there will be no associated system downtime.
You can simply visit the new-look Handbook at your own leisure when it goes live. You will still be able to visit the Handbook the same way you always have through handbook.cqu.edu.au.
For more information, or if you have any concerns, please contact TaSAC at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 1300 666 620.