Feature Story Issue 8 - 9 May 2018
2018 Confucius Institute China Study Tour Beijing, Nanjing & Shanghai
The 2018 Confucius Institute China Study Tour offers a fantastic opportunity for students and young professionals (aged 18-30) to learn about Chinese language and culture, as well as the modern Chinese economy through a language short-course at Nanjing University and several business visits. The tour also includes sight-seeing, briefings and cultural activities in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai.
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For Enquiries please contact Lianying Hao: email@example.com
Source: Professor John Polesel, CVEP, firstname.lastname@example.org
MGSE Results Entry Deadlines
First Half Year Subjects
Mid May – an email will be sent to staff advising spreadsheets are ready for result entry
Results due Monday 25 June 2018
Non-standard Subjects (e.g. Summer Term, February)
Within 20 working days of the final assessment being submitted.
Spreadsheets are now available from the Results folder in the Public folder on the MGSE (S:) Drive.
Email email@example.com for further information.
Source: Sandra Papa, Teaching Support Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
LMS Review - Staff Survey
The University has commenced a major project to review the current Learning Management System (LMS) and an important first step in that process is understanding user needs.
Staff members who would like to have input in the review of the LMS and help inform its future direction are invited to complete the LMS Review Staff Survey athttps://go.unimelb.edu.au/est6.
The survey takes approx. 8 minutes to complete and will help the Learning Environments team determine - and better accommodate - staff LMS needs.
The survey will close on Monday 23rd April
Source: Jeni Rasche, Academic Support Office, email@example.com
Cybersecurity tip - report email spam and learn how to protect yourself online
Forward spam and suspected phishing emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails forwarded to this address are automatically processed to analyse spam and phishing campaigns so that centralised filters can be tuned. If you would like a response in relation to your report, submit your enquiry via the Staff Services Portal:http://go.unimelb.edu.au/zrx6.
The University’s Cybersecurity team have compiled their list of top tips on how you can protect yourself and the University. All staff should familiarise themselves with this advice and implement as much of it as they can. From choosing the right passwords to ensuring your devices are up-to-date, these are all really simple things that all staff need to follow as best they can. Access the cybersecurity top tips on the Staff Services Portal: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/bzt6.
Source: Andy Marasa, Communications Manager, Infrastructure Services, email@example.com