The UoNline Support team can help with 'just-in-time' support, assistance or enquiries regarding the use of the teaching technologies in UoNline.
Developing, supporting and engaging our sessional academic staff
The following document is intended to provide an explanation of payment rates to assist with timesheet claims.
For practical teaching ideas see our tip sheets and teaching resources.
A number of guides and resources are provided for a range of teaching technologies used by the university's Virtual Learning Environment, UONline.
The Policy Library contains all UON rules, schedules, policies, procedures and guidelines.
Some rules policies, procedures and guidelines include:
This manual is designed to provide clear and concise directions for staff and students of the University when designing, managing, reviewing programs and when recommending the introduction or discontinuation of coursework programs offered by the University. Read more.
The University acknowledges the right of students to seek consideration for the possible impact of allowable adverse circumstances that may affect their performance in assessment item(s), including formal examinations. Read more.
Academic integrity, honesty, and a respect for knowledge, truth and ethical practices are fundamental to the business of the University. These principles are at the core of all academic endeavour in teaching, learning and research. Dishonest practices contravene academic values, compromise the integrity of research and devalue the quality of learning. Read more.
These Guidelines support the University’s commitment to an inclusive culture that is reflected in its approach to teaching and research. Read more.
The University recognises an individual’s right to make a complaint about the conduct of University operations, services, staff, students, or people associated with the university or using university facilities, where that individual’s interests appear to have been adversely and unjustifiably impacted by such conduct. Read more.
The University of Newcastle is committed to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all workers, students and others within the University environment. The University is committed to working safely and expects all workers, students, visitors and others to also view this as a collective and individual responsibility.
From email to maintenance support and research systems, find out more about systems and tools available to staff.
Login to access your staff email account, Unify, and stay in touch.
Find all the forms, guides and templates you need in one central location.
Find, book and manage courses through the staff learning and development portal.
Login to update your personal details, view your current payslip or add a new timesheet.
Login to Fraedom to keep an eye on your staff credit card details and invoices.
Login for maintenance requests and key access requests.
Access staff resources and update course and/or program information for students.
Access the 17triplezero IT Service Portal for help with all your IT issues and concerns.
From maintenance support to research systems, find more online tools available to staff.
The University is a large and complex organisation. During your time at UON, you will have many questions regarding aspects of your employment. We can help you find the answers you are looking for.
The IFS Service Centre provides parking permits, key and access applications, urgent and routine maintenance issues and fleet vehicle hire. IFS also provides over-the-phone assistance through ext 16500. Read more.
For information about what to do in an emergency (including fire, chemical spills, gas leaks, medical emergencies, bomb threats and physical threats) or to contact the security team, read more.
Our main campuses are located in Newcastle, on the Central Coast and in Port Macquarie. We also have a key presence in Singapore, Sydney and in five regional centres in Australia. View the maps.
We offer a range of benefits and employment conditions that help you balance your commitments, stay healthy and work effectively. Read more.
Dr Emma Beckett - Environmental and Life Sciences - presents a 15 min presentation 'Finding my feet as a teaching academic – sharing lessons learned from reinventing courses'
For all other recorded sessions from past Learning Lunchboxes click here .
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.