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SIT2LRN FAQs

For more information on required and recommended textbooks for this course please refer to the textbook list here.

 

Please note that textbooks need to be ordered at least 3-4 weeks prior to the commencement of your study.

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During the enrolled intake period, students have email access to Facilitators, who endeavour to respond to emails within 48 hours (week days only).All students are required, within the first two weeks of an intake, to send an email to their Facilitator confirming their start on the programme of study.

 

Students who have not emailed their facilitator or embarked upon their course of study by the end of the 2nd week of an intake, will be Faculty Withdrawn from the programme.

 

Such withdrawals may impact on future access to SIT Zero Fees Scheme. Student Direct Material Costs are still liable for payment.

 

Progress reports are sent out 6-8 weeks after the end of each intake.

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All SIT2LRN courses require you to have a computer and internet access.

Students are required to use their SIT webmail only for all SIT2LRN communications.

 

All course materials and information, including assessments and due dates, are located on the online Blackboard system.

 

Once you have been accepted into a programme you will receive an Important Information Booklet that includes information that you can use to familiarise yourself with our online Blackboard learning environment.

 

From the intake start date you will have access to the online course materials to work through.

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Blackboard is where you can find information about your course.

 

In MYSIT, click on the blackboard tab to take you to your course information.

Once you have clicked on the Blackboard link you will be taken to your Activity Stream. Here you will find all the recent updates and upcoming events in your Blackboard courses.

On the left hand navigation panel, you will see a link labelled “Courses” (highlighted in the graphic). Click on this to view your current courses. Within each of these courses you will find your course content, assignments and learning resources.

 

In the “Organisations” area, you will find links for Blackboard help and Library information. The Blackboard help area is a great place to look for Blackboard specific information and tutorials, such as, how to submit assignments and how to view feedback. Visit the Library area to learn more about the library services available to you, tips and tricks for your assignments, APA referencing and more.

 

Blackboard

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In MYSIT you can find the IT Help tab. It contains a list of frequently asked questions about the IT services available to you and where you can find further assistance if required.

Browse through the topics here and refer to this page if you are unsure. You may find the answer to your problem without needing to call the Helpdesk.

 

When you do have technical issues you can log a job with the Helpdesk using the online form on this page or alternatively contact them via phone or email. Please ensure that you give them your student ID number, your name and a good description of your problem.

 

IT Services

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Open your internet browser and go to https://my.sit.ac.nz.

 

New Students

When logging into an on-campus PC for the first time, click on the key icon. For all other first-time logins, please visit https://reset.sit.ac.nz to setup your password.

Please note: When you first log in you will be prompted to change your password and set your password reset details. Please do so right away to avoid any disruptions to your system access. You cannot connect to the SIT- WIFI without changing your password from the default one.

 

Returning Students

Please note, your password will not have changed since the last time you were studying. If you cannot remember what it was, please use the password self-service link to reset it https://reset.sit.ac.nz

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The MySIT portal is the central location for SIT students to access all the resources required when studying at Southern Institute of Technology.

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