The Zone, Club HQ & Online
Find out what a move to more online content means for you.
Curtin is proposing to introduce Blended Learning for all students. Blended Learning will have significant impacts on how you study at Curtin.
This is your chance to read the proposal, and let Curtin know what you want from the University.
Curtin says that Blended Learning can increase our quality of education, but this is only true if it can be done right. These changes require investment in technology, training and adequate pay for staff.
If done incorrectly, this could be a cost-cutting measure that results in less face to face contact hours, online only lectures, and recycled content.
👉 Register now for the workshop you would like to attend to have your say!
~ WEEK 7 ~
WORKSHOP 1: Tuesday 13 April / 6pm-7pm (Online)
WORKSHOP 2: Wednesday 14 April / 12pm-1pm (Club HQ)
WORKSHOP 3: Thursday 15 April / 12pm-1pm (Online)
Online sessions will receive an email invitation with the link to join on the day of the session.
Please check your junk email folder in case the email is redirected there.
Learn more about what the Guild has been doing at www.guild.curtin.edu.au/myfeesmyfuture
Acknowledgement of Country
The Curtin Student Guild recognises the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional owners of this land, and pays respect to elders past, present, and emerging. This land is stolen, sovereignty was never ceded and this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.