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Copy of Orientation

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Welcome to the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

Academic Orientation
Professor Wayne Hodgson
Deputy Dean (Education)

‘Who’s who’ in the Faculty zoo?

Dean – Professor Christina Mitchell
Deputy Dean (Education) – Professor Wayne Hodgson
Associate Dean (L&T) - Professor Marilyn Baird
Course Convenors (Academics)
Course Administrators (Professional Staff)
Unit Convenors (Academics)
Faculty Education Office - 27 Rainforest Walk
Student Academic Support Unit (SASU) mainly for International and NESB students
Engaging with students:
face to face / on-line pre-recorded / on-line live

1 hour allocated which consists of 50 min interaction and 10 min changeover (e.g. 10.05-10.55)
will range from ‘stand and deliver’ to interactive

NB. not the only, or most important source, of information
generally organises and provides structure
supports readings and practical experience

be on time
pay attention
turn off your phone
not normally compulsory (many will be recorded)

Commonly referred to as ‘pracs’

Format varies according to unit / course
attendance - on time is expected
notify absences ahead of time (may be attendance requirements / medical certificate)
be prepared / prac manual or on-line intro - complete practical report while the experience is fresh

Demonstrators are there to demonstrate and answer questions -
not to do your work.

Format varies according to the unit / course
Refer to your Unit Guide

You get out only what you put in
attendance - on time is expected (may be attendance requirements / medical certificate)
notify your tutor of any absences ahead of time
tutors are there to facilitate (will not always be content experts), not to lecture
prepare yourself to participate actively
contribute to the group, be supportive

Better Teaching Better Learning

Many Faculty courses have introduced ‘blended learning’
Mixture of face-to-face teaching with on-line through Moodle or other learning platform
'Front loading’ information or ‘flipped classroom’


There is often a lot of reading
start early in the semester and keep up
primary source of information
the library (inc. online resources) is vital - staff friendly and helpful

How much you learn is up to you
independent (self directed) learning is essential
critical analysis is more than rote memory
make sure you are aware of course / unit and lecture objectives

Work Load
Assumed full-time academic workload is 48 h / week
which is a combination of scheduled learning activities & private study

Nature of the discipline determines how this is distributed

Be careful about quantity of external paid employment
several studies indicate more than 10 h interferes with learning
more than 15 h causes serious interference

International students must conform to visa working restrictions.

What is Plagiarism?

Plagiarism means to take and use another person’s ideas and/or manner of expressing them and to pass these off as one’s own by failing to give appropriate acknowledgement.

This includes material from any source, staff, students or the Internet – published and unpublished works.

Intentional versus unintentional plagiarism?

Monash now using ‘Turnitin’ software widely. – academic integrity policy
Learning Communities
Knowledge is not money, you don’t lose anything by sharing it

Formal learning groups organised for some units

Informal learning groups can always be organised
increase your access to sources
help understanding of the material (someone will know what you don’t and need what you do)

Makes university more fun/improves ‘survival’

Academic Assistance

Unit convenor
Major source of help and advice about the unit
Other means of contact, e-mail or voice mail, are useful
Office hours should be noted
Some staff are part-time or sessional, may only be available at limited times

Other assistance is available from
Library Staff
Student Academic Support Unit (SASU)
Monash Connect

Student Support Services
Mrs Catherine Barnett
Director, Academic Programs

Monash University Student Charter
The Student Charter applies to all students of Monash University and sets out the key expectations of students with regard to academic engagement, integrity, behaviour and wellbeing to foster the learning community.

Many of these expectations derive from University statutes, policies and procedures, which students will be able to access via the online document.

Students are able to view the charter at: http://www.opq.monash.edu.au/ep/student-charter/monash-university-student-charter.html

Career Connect
Sandy Cran
Careers Education Consultant

Be aware of hurdle requirements

Be aware of attendance hurdle requirements
Disability Liaison Unit

Do you have a disability, medical or mental health condition that impacts on your study or your ability to perform in assessments?

The Disability Liaison Unit (DLU) provides a range of services for registered students including:
Notetakers and Auslan interpreters
Readings in alternative formats
Adaptive equipment/software
Alternative arrangements for exams

Address: Level 1, Building 55, Clayton

DLU “O” Week Drop-In between 9am and 4pm from Monday, 24th February until Friday 28th 2014, or make an appointment via email at dlu@monash.edu or phone 9905 5704.

For further information see www.monash.edu/equity-diversity/disability
Saying “NO” to Sexual Harassment
In the first instance you can speak to;

Your lecturers/tutors
Faculty staff
Student Rights Officer
Safer Community Helpline (03) 9905 1599
Discrimination and Harassment Grievance Advisor.
For a list of Advisors Call (03) 990 20249 or visit: http://adm.monash.edu/sss/equity-diversity/equity-opportunity/contract.html
A counsellor on campus or after hours on 1300 361 008
Security (in an emergency call 333)

Dispute, Appeals Procedure & Advocacy

Grievance Process

Enrolment Limits

No more than 24 points of study each semester

CSP students
- if additional units are undertaken above your degree requirements, then any extra unit must be undertaken as a non-award enrolment and charged at the full fee domestic rate

International students
– additional units cannot be undertaken if this results in an extension to your visa end date

Overloading (exceeding 24pt limit)
- restricted to students who have completed at least one year of university study and have achieved at least a credit average in the previous academic year

Deadlines for Change of Enrolment
Last day to ADD units to your enrolment


Semester 1 - 13th March
Semester 1 - March 31st
Police and Working with Children Checks
Students participating in clinical placements will be required to undergo;

A Police Check -
Must be updated each year

A Working with Children check -
Must be updated every 5 years

Further information can be obtained from your course administrator.

Late penalties do apply

Remember: It is your responsibility to have a current Police and WWC check prior to your placement.

Immunisation and Infection Risk

If you are undertaking clinical placements, you must comply with procedures to minimise the risk of cross-infection of communicable diseases during your course of training.

Compliance with these procedures can take time, so once you have accepted a place in the course, we recommend that you start the process in readiness for clinical placements. This must be completed immediately.


Further information can be obtained from your course administrators.

Internet Usage

Internet download is limited (approx 1 gigabyte) per semester

Any downloading which exceeds the semester allowance will be charged to your account.

Monitor your usage via the “Personal Info” section on the My Monash Portal.

All Internet transactions are recorded and can be traced to a particular User ID

Internet use not directly related to your studies is not permitted.

Your Monash IT Account
All Monash students receive a Monash Authcate account.

It is your main access to the University's ICT services and facilities including:
Your Monash email account
Computers and software in the computer labs
The my.monash portal
Online enrolment facility
Exam results
and much more...

It is your responsibility to maintain the integrity of your account - letting other people use it may lead to disciplinary action.

my.monash Portal
Provides a gateway to Monash’s online resources, including lectures, study timetables, library resources, email and more.

Accessible via the internet at http://my.monash.edu.au

Email, Calendar & Collaboration Tools
All Monash students have access to the Google Apps Education Edition which includes:
Chat (including video)

Access these services from my.monash.
Further information available at http://intranet.monash.edu.au/esolutions/email-collab/index.html

Learning & Study Resources
Provides online access to unit lecture notes, assessments, assignment submission and a range of other educational resources.
Most units have an associated Moodle site.
Accessible from my.monash
Further information and help available at http://www.vle.monash.edu/moodlesupportforstudents.html

Need help?
For all IT-related issues including accounts, passwords and Moodle contact eSolutions either by:
phone: 990 32777
online: https://servicedeskonline.monash.edu or through the link on my.monash.

Portal to find answers to common student-related queries.
Access via the link on my.Monash.

Email Address

Your student email account is considered the primary contact method. Important information regarding enrolment and university information is sent to student email accounts.

Generally, no hard copy documentation is sent to your postal address.
It is your responsibility to check your Monash student email address regularly.

International Students

International students must maintain:

Current address details (use WES)

A full study load each semester (24 credit points) required under the ESOS Act and visa regulations.

General Points
Familiarise yourself with:
The University’s various websites
Key dates

Join a Student Association

Attend, interact and participate in university life beyond studies

Maintain balance in your life

Remember: Adjustment to university life takes time
Career Connect Services
Job application checking
An online job board (Career Gateway)
Interview practice sessions
Tips for attending assessment centres
Private discussions with career consultants
Career seminars, events and fairs
Online resources
Chat with a careers consultant
If you have a brief career-related question, you can simply use our 10-minute drop-in service. Check our website for details – no appointment necessary.

30-minute appointments
30-minute career consultations are available if you have a more complex issue or a number of questions. Login to Career Gateway to check availability and book an appointment.

Consultations are also available to discuss issues related to your work rights and working conditions in Australia
Career Gateway
Assistance from Monash Students Association
What is Immunity?
Student Leadership and Ambassadors Program for the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

Students from all health science courses at Monash universities.

Aim is to help new 1st year students transition into life at Monash University as part of the FMNHS.

What we have planned
Help students in developing their study skills

Achieve the perfect work-life balance of a university student

Networking and making new friends

Planned activities
Mentoring program
Trivia nights
Stay Connected
Anuj Krishna and Victor Zhang

Academic Vice-President and Dean of Faculty
Professor Christina Mitchell
Monash Student Association
Most complaints resolved at departmental or faculty level. University has established procedures to follow. Important to follow appropriate sequence of steps to ensure matters proceed smoothly.

http://www.policy.monash.edu/policy- bank/academic/education/management/complaints-grievance-policy.html
Job application checking
You can drop in for feedback relating to your job application.

Bring your student ID card and a printed copy of:
your resume, cover letter, scholarship application or professional social media profile - we spend up to 10 minutes checking one document per visit
the job advertisement and/or position description (if available).

Check our website for times and further details.

Book appointments
Register for career related events and seminars
Search for a range of jobs
Access career related resources
Volunteering at Monash
Connect with others
Thousands of opportunities
Change your community
Create new skills

Student Leadership Programs
Selective, transformative programs
Online training open to all
Opt-in targeted opportunities
Phone: +61 3 9905 4170
Email: careers.info@monash.edu
Semester 1 - 13th March
Semester 1 - 31st March
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