The Hub - Your Online Student Community
As soon as you are enrolled you will have access to the Hub Moodle site. The Hub connects you with Indigenous students studying at UNE and you'll be able to:
- Learn about Oorala
- Talk to other Indigenous students
- Find out what support you can get to succeed at UNE.
What is Moodle?
UNE uses an online learning system called Moodle (abbreviation for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment).
The UNE Moodle learning environment is fast, flexible and adaptable. Moodle provides a simple, clear view of all learning activities and resources for a unit. Assessment information and assignment submission are all contained within Moodle. Together with the myUNE portal, it serves to save you time by aggregating all information in clean, simplified views.
Moodle allows you to quickly and easily import files from places you might be storing them (Dropbox.com, Google Documents, and others). Moodle also uses tools that enable you to ‘subscribe’ to receive information about your study: RSS feeds for blog posts and forum discussions; calendar feeds you can add to MS Outlook or Apple iCal; email notifications about forum discussions or marked assignments.
Best of all, Moodle provides a flexible foundation for continued improvement and expansion, meaning that UNE can continue to shape and mould it to suit the changing environment.
Get Online, Be Social
The Oorala Facebook page is not just for students but for the whole community.