Students are advised to familiarise themselves on how to consult with their lecturers, outside the class hours, whether face-to-face, or online. This is usually communicated through the individual subjects’ eLearn page, course outlines and/or other learning platforms that the lecturers use. Peer learning support is available for selected subjects through the Peer Assisted Learning Programme.
What is most important is that if you feel that you are facing academic challenge and need help, you should let your lecturer know, so that the appropriate assistance can be given to you.
Online learning refers to a mode of learning that takes place on a virtual platform. In online learning, activities that normally take place during face-to-face session will be conducted virtually.
Online learning can be conducted even when participants are remotely positioned, unlike face-to-face learning, where learning takes place at a designated physical location.
In face-to-face learning, the use of technological tools or platform, in some subjects, are optional but for online learning, because it takes place virtually, the use of a technological platform or tech application to support learning activities is inevitable. Students can use a laptop/ desktop, a tablet, or a mobile phone to engage with online learning.
One learning is not self-learning; it is a guided/ facilitated process. Your instructor will provide you with necessary guidance/ facilitation to support your learning. Guidance may be provided to you through carefully designed content, feedback sessions, and formative online activities.
Online learning, however, requires you to be more self-regulated and independent in your learning.
If you cannot find any platform for you to ask questions, please highlight this to your instructor.
Some of the platforms that are available at Sunway University, for example Blackboard eLearn, Ms Team and Panopto record your attendance automatically when you access videos/ video links, or when you participate in live sessions through these platforms. Your instructor may also ‘take your attendance’ when you have completed some online activities.
However, some instructors may choose to use other external platforms, like YouTube, Zoom, EdPuzzle, to conduct their online sessions. In such case, you may need to communicate with your instructor and get a clearer picture on how your attendance is recorded.
Please watch Part 2 of ‘Introduction to Online Learning’ (for students) to get more explanation about attendance. If you are still in doubt, please check with your instructor.
In such case, you will not be considered absent as long as you engage with the recording of the live session.
Please communicate with your instructor if you have problems getting online during a live session so that he or she can consider an alternative arrangement for you.
You may have to sacrifice some sleep to participate in the live session. However, if this is not possible, you are required to engage with the recording of the live session.
You must also keep your instructor informed of your current situation and stay in contact with your instructor for any difficulties you face in accessing the recordings of live session.
When communicating with ITS, please provide the following details:
IT Services are available from Mon-Fri, 8.30am - 5.30pm. Please take note that resolution time depends on the nature of problem/issue/ request.
The normal operating hours of the main library is from 8:00am-10:00pm on Monday till Fridays, and 10:00 am – 3:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Library will be closed during Public Holidays. During exam period the library may extend its opening hours. You may check the library opening hours from Sunway Campus Library website here
|OPEN LEARNING SPACES LOCATION||WEEKDAYS||WEEKENDS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS||NOTE|
|Concourse||6 am to 12 pm||6 am to 12 pm|
|Cafeteria - Fresco||6 am to 12 pm||Closed||After 12pm, students are encouraged to move to the Mezzanine Floor Library (Open until 2am) College Foyer for studies.|
|Foyer||6 am to 3 am||6 am to 3 am||03-74913740|
|Open Deck (above Boulevard)||6 am to 12 pm||6 am to 8 pm|
|Atrium (Garden East Level 1)||7 am to 10 pm||7 am to 8 pm|
|Atricum Garden East Level 2||7 am to 10 pm||7 am to 8 pm|
|Atrium Garden West Level 2||7 am to 10 pm||7 am to 8 pm|
Campus Lockdown time is at 3 am
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org on the clubs and societies that you would like to join.
We have a wide range of clubs and societies to cater to each student's need. All clubs and societies are self-governed under the supervision and patronage of Student Leadership & Engagement Unit. A complete list of clubs and societies is available here
The Room Identification coding is a combination of building name, compass orientation and alphanumerical characters.
The first set of alphabets relates to the building's name and compass orientation of the classroom. The abbreviation is as follows:
UW University Building West
UC University Building Centre
UE University Building East
The second set relates to floor levels and can either be in alphabet or numerals.
LG Lower Ground
1 Level 1
2 Level 2
3 Level 3
And the levels continue until Level 11
The last set of numbers refers to the classroom unit identification.
1 classroom No 1
2 classroom No 2
Example: UC-3-6 --> University Building Centre, Level 3, Classroom No 6 For other large Auditoriums, Lecture Theatres and Halls, below are some guidance. The names of these large teaching spaces is a combination of building name and alphanumerical. Examples:
University LT6 --> University Building Lecture Theatre no. 6
College LT6 --> College Building Lecture Theatre no. 6
GC Hall 3 --> Graduate Centre Building Hall no. 3
There are also venues called Function Rooms both at the University and Graduate Centre buildings respectively. Examples:
GC Function Room 2 --> Graduate Centre Building Function Room no.2
UW Function Room 2-->University Building West Function Room 2