A short guide to setting up the eduroam network on your Android device. Connecting to the eduroam network is only necessary when off campus at another institution. When on campus, connect the RMIT-University network.
The new Service and Support web portal is the place to go to report an issue, request a new service or track the progress of an existing job you’ve lodged. Just select the option you want, choose the category for your enquiry and complete the online form.
The journals tool provides a personal space for you to communicate privately with your instructor. You can also use a journal as a self-reflective tool to post your opinions, ideas, and concerns about your course, or discuss and analyze course related materials. For example, you can describe problems you faced and how you solved them. Your instructor can direct journal entries to be more formal in nature and narrower in focus by listing topics for discussion.
The following link provide more information about journal:
There are two important issues that should be noted but are not in this link:
Students should back up all of the journal entries. Keeping a copy of all your journals is best practice in case of accidental deletion or any other system issue. Note: RMIT ITS do not provide journal restoration to students.
Make every journal entry separate, i.e. do not add on to existing entries. This will help the instructor when they comment on the journals. This advice is specific to students who need to write a weekly journal.
Information Technology Services (ITS) is pleased to announce that the Blackboard Notifications function is now available.
This means that you can now receive system alerts and emails when events occur in your Blackboard courses. This includes when assignments are ready for grading (available to instructors only), when new content and tests are available, and where there are new discussion or blogs available.
Where can you find these notifications?
Both instructors and students can access these notifications from: