UNE is currently piloting Studiosity (previously YourTutor), an online academic support service to complement the services available to students through the Academic Skills Office, First Year Advisors and college and school based peer support. Studiosity is a third party provider specialising in providing online academic support for students.
Studiosity is free for all UNE students.
Studiosity allows students to access academic assistance after hours, in the form of both live chat and email. Students may submit work for feedback with a guaranteed 24 hour turnaround, or you can access live chat sessions with a tutor from 3pm to midnight six days a week. The tutors provide generic (nondiscipline specific) advice on academic writing for essays and reports, research, referencing and study skills. Discipline specific support is offered at tertiary bridging level (e.g., Year 12 level) in Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Business studies. Foundational support is also offered for Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Statistics.
Students can use Studiosity services up to 12 times per year.
There are three ways to connect to Studiosity.
1. Click on the button in your unit
If the block is provided in your units Moodle site, click on the block there.
2. Click on the link in the Moodle menu
The link in the menu will return you to this page.
3. Click on the button at the top of this page
Connecting and Privacy
Once you click into Studiosity, you will see the following landing page:
Students are automatically logged in when accessing Studiosity through Moodle or myUNE. Please note: You will not be able to access this service through Studiosity directly as the site will not accept your UNE login details.
Once you enter the site, you will have the option to connect to an online tutor (this will be displayed in grey if it is outside opening hours) or you can get writing feedback on your work by uploading a document. On the right of the screen, there is a link to Reviewed documents which will show any work you have previously submitted.
Further info is available on the Studiosity How it works page.