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What does studying online involve?

Studying online means that the unit is delivered via the Internet and may use a variety of online technologies such as email, discussion boards, blogs and wikis. You may see yourself downloading course materials, watching recorded lectures, collaborating with peers and uploading assignments all in the online environment.

Check out a video about the Curtin Online experience.

This mode of study provides you with greater flexibility on where and when you study, but if you have never studied online before here are a few tips:

  • Get involved - Get to know your peers and participate in the discussions in order to get the most out of the learning experience.
  • Be disciplined - Choose a time to study that best suits you and stick to it. Remember to give yourself enough time to complete the tasks.
  • You're not alone - Always ask for help; Curtin online tutors and your peers are there for each other.
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Updated 14/11/2018 03.02 PM

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