Learning@Griffith: The essentials


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Have you accessed Learning@Griffith yet? Learning@Griffith is the University’s online and teaching environment where you find your lecture notes, course readings, lecture recordings and so much more.

Each one of your subjects will have a course site in Learning@Griffith—to get there simply log into Learning@Griffith, and select your course under My Courses and Organisations.

Typically, this will take you to the course Announcements page. On the left-hand navigation menu, you’ll see links to all the important stuff you’re going to need for that subject over the trimester.

Your course convenor controls these folders, and will upload any important information and content you’ll need such as lecture notes, assessment details, supplementary readings, your grades and so on. While the folders may look slightly different for each of your courses, they’ll generally include the following:

  • Course Profile – This will provide an overview of the subject, learning and teaching aims, content and assessment.
  • Course Content – Your Course Content is mostly broken down by teaching weeks. Just click the relevant week to access all resources for that period.
  • Echo360 (Lecture Capture) – All your lectures are automatically recorded using Echo360 technology; you can access the recordings, along with interactive features such as note taking, bookmarking and more, from here.
  • Staff Information – Find contact details for your teaching staff.
  • Assessment – Your convenor will upload relevant assessment information here.
  • My Marks – View your grades for assessment items.
  • Readings – Find a link to all required and recommended readings for your subject.

If you need any help accessing and navigating Learning@Griffith, simply click the little question mark at the top right to open the Learning@Griffith Support Centre, or you can Ask Us or contact the IT Service Centre.