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Online classroom

Online classroom

 

As a student of Swinburne Online, you will use our dynamic virtual classroom to access course materials, connect with online tutors (eLAs) and other students and to submit your assessments.

You log in and out when you like and work through your units at a pace that suits you. Our tutors are experts in their field, who guide you through the coursework.

Introduction to online learning

Interested in embarking on an online study journey? Take the Try Online unit to find out how online learning works. Using Swinburne’s virtual classroom, you’ll explore:

  • What level of tech skills are needed
  • What academic skills are required to study online
  • How to fit study into your everyday life
  • Why you should study online
  • How a degree could change your life.

You’ll also partake in interactive activities, quizzes and discussions, giving you a taste of being a student at Swinburne Online.

Try Online
 

Flexible study

Swinburne Online course consultants explain the flexibility that our online classroom provides. They take you through:

  • How the teaching year is structured
  • Study loads
  • Course applications and intakes.

Develop your skills for success

If you have not studied recently, you might like to brush up your research, writing and critical thinking skills for better academic outcomes. The elective unit Academic Skills for Success can be studied with any bachelor’s degree and will set you on the right path.

Academic Skills for Success

Frequently asked questions View all FAQs

  • Who can help me if I am having technological difficulties?

    When completing your degree, there is a vast amount of technical support at your disposal, both on our website and through our support team. If you can’t find what you need on our Student Portal Technical Support section then get in touch with one of our Student Advisors on 1300 937 765 from Australia, +61 3 9956 0777 for Australian citizens living overseas and 800 8001 1222 for international students, anytime between 9am – 9pm (AEST) Monday to Friday and 10am – 6pm (AEST) on weekends and public holidays.

  • What is a virtual classroom?

    For students studying a degree, a virtual classroom is the online space where your learning will take place. You’ll participate in interactive learning activities, access online reading, watch instructional videos and interact with your fellow students. Plus, class sizes are kept small so you get the personalised support you need.

  • How does your model of online study work for higher education if there are no lectures?

    We know students are most successful when they learn actively. This means not just remembering new information, but evaluating it and using it to solve problems and to come up with new ideas. Students at Swinburne Online learn with the three learning components: theory, practice and sharing. You learn your theory through the free Learning Materials, put it into practice with weekly Learning Activities and then share your learnings with other classmates in the Discussion Boards.