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SIT2LRN Distance Learning offers flexible tertiary education that's easy to access. Students are able to live their lives, work full-time and fit their studies into their busy schedules.

Instead of going to a lecture on-campus at an assigned time, SIT2LRN course content is provided online for students to access it from wherever they are and whenever it suits them. Some programmes also offer a blended delivery mode with some block classes on-campus.

Learning content is made up of assessment modules, PDF documents, quizzes, videos, readings and discussion boards.

SIT2LRN Distance Learning - How It Works

how sit2lrn works:

Step 1: enrol

Find the programme that you want to study and enrol online.
To enrol you will need to supply: 

  • Identification - A valid NZ ID, Passport or National Student Number (NSN)
  • Education Information
  • Personal Details

*Some programmes may require additional informaiton or may involve an interview process.

 

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Step 2: offer of place
  • Receive offer of place and welcome information
  • Login for online interface
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Step 3: after you're accepted

From the date your intake starts, you start learning online. You’ll use the SIT Blackboard website to access course material, submit assignments and communicate with your Facilitator, who is also there to guide you through the programme and answer questions.

Each course will have:

  • An assigned course facilitator that you can communicate with throughout your course.
  • Study calendars
  • Assignment information, due dates and materials.
  • Discussion groups that will allow you to connect and interact with others in your course.
  • Students will also have access to a range of tools and SIT2LRN Student Services to help them with their studies.
sit2lrn tools
  • Student Email
  • Library
  • Blackboard
  • Student Support Services
  • Microsoft Office 365
  • IT Help
  • One Drive
  • Studiosity

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