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The LMS will be unavailable on Saturday 5 December 2020, to upgrade from Moodle 3.5 to Moodle 3.9.
The purpose of the upgrade is to ensure that the University is using a supported version of Moodle, which will also bring new features, improvements, and enhancements.
Students: Please download a copy of any information you require for your studies during the upgrade.
The LMS will be available again from Sunday 6th December 2020.
Find out what's changing here: https://now.latrobe/LMSupgrade
Most of the University’s teaching is now being delivered online, but in some cases essential subject activity is taking place face to face, in strict accordance with the Government’s COVIDSafe protocols. Please check your LMS subject site for details in relation to your course.
If you are attending your campus
for study or face to face activity strict COVIDSafe protocols will be
in place at all campuses at all times. However, under Stage 3
restrictions in Victoria, those physically attending educational
institutions in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire must wear a
face covering, follow strict physical distancing measures and practice
good personal hygiene such as hand washing at all times.
Stage 3 restrictions
During Stage 3 restrictions any group assignment work must be done online and not in person. No visitors are permitted in your home and you are not able to visit anyone to complete an assignment.
If you have any further questions in relation to COVID-19 please visit our frequently updated Student FAQ page.
Need Help with the LMS?
Students: Contact Student IT Support
Staff: Contact Ed Tech Support
At La Trobe, academic integrity is taken very seriously. The University is responsible for awarding credit for honestly conducted work. You also have responsibilities and understanding these will help you to succeed in your studies.
Statement of Student Responsibility
By submitting any piece of work you agree that:
- The work is your own or was produced as part of a group assessment task to which you contributed original work
- You have not previously submitted all or part of this work for assessment in any subject, unless the subject coordinator for the current subject (or your research supervisor, if applicable) has given you written permission to reuse specific material and you have correctly referenced the material taken from your own earlier work.
- You have read and agreed to be bound by the Statutes, Regulations and Policies of the University relating to Academic Integrity available at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/academic-integrity ; and
- You may be subject to student discipline processes in the event of an act of academic misconduct by you including an act of plagiarism or cheating.
Students further agree that all submitted written work may be subject to submission for textual similarity review to Turnitin.com. All submitted written work will be included as source documents in the Turnitin.com reference database solely for the purpose of detecting plagiarism of such papers. Use of the Turnitin.com service is subject to the Usage Policy posted on the Turnitin.com site.
In case your submission contains personally identifiable information you should be aware that your submission will be stored in the United States.