At CQUniversity, we know that an exceptional online experience extends to life outside of lectures. As we all do our part to flatten the COVID-19 curve, free virtual drop-ins, catch-ups, and workshops are being held each day.
The Student Counselling team is hosting drop-in sessions, workshops, and a webinar for Uni Mental Health Day. Keep reading to find out more…
Continue reading Student Counselling Ask Us drop-ins, UMHD webinar and Stay Well workshops
CQUniversity is one of Australia’s largest online study
providers, with 40 years’ experience delivering distance education. COVID-19
may be unprecedented but we’ve been providing online learning and online
services for so long that we’re an industry leader.
As we all adapt and work through the challenges of the
COVID-19 pandemic, you should know that we are here to minimise disruption and deliver
all of the services you’ve come to expect as a CQUni student. In other words,
we’re still here – we’re just talking to you differently!
While you are studying online, you can benefit from expert advice and enhance your student experience thanks to these services…
Continue reading Expert advice is just a click away
Have you ever received an unsolicited email from someone promising to double check your assessment for plagiarism? Maybe you’ve been targeted by a social media advertisement offering to check your work for errors? Shady companies and sites are using marketing tactics like these to get their hands on your assessments and sell them to other students.
Keep reading to find out how to protect yourself from assessment harvesting…
Continue reading Uploader Beware: Shady Sites Are Stealing Assessments
CQUniversity is set to put its emergency notification alert system (ENAS) into action, within a fully simulated critical incident environment.
A joint emergency services real-time scenario will be delivered on Tuesday, 31 March, with the Queensland Police Service at the Rockhampton North campus.
During the scenario, actors will play various roles, and emergency services personnel will be involved as part of their ongoing training. Some actors will have realistic moulage injuries applied and QPS members will use training weapons and blank rounds (like a paintball gun).
If you will be on the Rockhampton North campus on Tuesday, 31 March, either for classes or to access facilities like the Library, keep reading for more details and how to prepare…
Continue reading Emergency response will be put to the test at Rockhampton North campus
CQUniversity’s Learning Management System, Moodle is being upgraded. This upgrade will introduce a refreshed look (but not too different to what you are used to) and exciting new features.
Keep reading for our official advice…
Continue reading New look for Moodle in 2020
Are you new to online study? A little worried about how to go about it? Do not worry, we are here to help. Do not worry, we are here to help.
Studying online is an excellent opportunity that has many benefits. It’s a chance to accomplish your goals, it is convenient, you gain lifelong learning skills and you grow as an individual.
Here are our top tips for studying online…
Continue reading How to study online
Are you looking for casual work in 2020? The CQUniversity
Inclusion & Accessibility Service is in the process of updating its
register of Participation Assistants.
If you are a motivated person with sound academic
achievement and willing to dedicate 1 – 3 hours per week, when required, to
assist a fellow student, please apply.
Keep reading to find out how to apply.
Continue reading Work and study in 2020
Unit evaluations are conducted by the University each term. A simple survey available via Moodle, these evaluations collect feedback that is then used to monitor and improve teaching practices.
To complete the survey, look for the red button in your online Moodle unit.
It’s a busy time, but submitting an evaluation is worth it. Here’s why… Continue reading Why I complete unit evaluations