What is eLearning Space?
The eLearning Space is where you can access materials and activities for each of your subjects such as subject outlines, readings, lecture notes, assignments, quizzes and discussions.
How do I access eLearning Space?
The eLearning Space can be accessed from anywhere in the world using a web browser on a computer connected to the Internet. If you wish to access eLearning Space from a computer in an off-campus location, you should first check the compatibility of your browser and software. This is a simple process that can be managed from this page. Click here now to check your browser compatibility.
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For more information on recommended browsers and free software downloads go to the Compatible Browsers and Software page.
The eLearning Space requires you to have a UOW email login/user account name and password for authentication.
- Current UOW students can log on to the eLearning Space through SOLS and your online subjects will be displayed.
- Affiliated students can log on to the eLearning Space by clicking on the Affiliated Students Link. Click on Logon Help which is located beneath the SOLS logon
How do I Use My eLearning Space?
If you are enrolled in a subject with an eLearning Space you will have access to information online. To access the information online you must have a UOW email address. It may take up to 48 hours from enrolling in a subject before access to your eLearning Space is granted. Not every subject has an eLearning Space. You should check with your lecturer if you are unsure.
Help is available should you require assistance engaging with any of the UOW eLearning technologies or services.
How does eLearning@UOW benefit me?
The goal for eLearning@UOW is to support active independent learning as well as collaborative learning communities.
In developing competence as eLearners you will be developing a number of the UOW Graduate Qualities, including:
- skills to enable you to become an independent learer
- the capacity to act responsibly
- problem-solving skills