Studying remotely

The past year has brought huge challenges and changes as we face the global coronavirus pandemic together.

To slow the spread of coronavirus, UOW College have moved to remote delivery of teaching and learning for most of our courses.

Using online tools, such as Moodle, Webex or Zoom, and Echo 360, UOW College is providing the resources and assistance to ensure every student is able to continue their education.

Our students are facing enormous personal and study challenges. We are striving to make their learning experience as interactive and as supportive as possible.

Key points

  • UOW College is providing a range of support measures and services for students studying remotely including support from Student Advisors, counselling, peer support leaders and English language experts.
  • All UOW campuses in Australia and libraries remain open and accessible to students who may need to access WIFI or study space.
  • Strict physical distancing measures and enhanced cleaning protocols are in place at all campus locations.

Frequently asked questions about remote learning

Remote learning FAQ's IT Support FAQ's

Where to get help

For students who may require support – whether in Australia or overseas – they can: 

  1. Contact UOW College’s student support team on +61 2 42528804 or email our support services teams.
  2. Speak to a College Student Advisor who can provide students with assistance with questions about their studies, academic support, or help with referral to other support services.
  3. Access the UOW College counsellor by emailing us.
    UOW College students can also Access UOW’s free and confidential counselling service
    Counselling is provided over the phone/remote support.
  4. Connect with a Peer Support Leader – senior, high-achieving students who can help you with information about how to approach essay writing, how to navigate Moodle, how to locate academic resources, and much more. Information is available in your subject moodle site  (link would need to be correct)
  5. Browse through the Learning Co-Op’s online resources, to support you with your learning.
UOW College has done an amazing job transitioning to remote online learning. Students are allocated extra time and resources if they need additional guidance and explanation on a subject. The trainers also check in on us regularly to see how we are feeling during these challenging times. Sina DehghaniCertificate IV in Fitness

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