Category Archives: Community notice

COVID-19 | Ilam Fields

Ilam Fields are not to be used for team sporting activities until further notice. During the national lockdown the need for isolation, physical distancing and restriction on gatherings is critical. It is crucial that New Zealanders stay home and break the chain of community transmission of COVID-19.

Please keep up to date with student communications via your @uclive email, and check the UC website for updates and FAQs. If you have any queries or concerns, please email ucprotect@canterbury.ac.nz

United against COVID-19.

He waka eke noa. We are all in this together.

COVID-19 Q&A livestream today

Do you have any questions about the unfolding COVID-19 situation? UC and UCSA are hosting a livestream today on the UCSA Facebook page at 1pm to answer some of your questions. Comment your questions on this post>

UC’s Incident Controller will be there to let you know what actions are being taken at UC to protect the health and wellbeing of staff, students and the wider UC community. Lynn McClelland, Executive Director, Student Services and Communications, will be there to give updates on student support queries.

When social distancing says to avoid big crowds, join a virtual one!

Analytics for Course Engagement (ACE) is live

The Analytics for Course Engagement (ACE) dashboard, which first-year 100 level students and teaching staff/course administrators can access through LEARN, is now back up and running following a recent system issue.

ACE provides a real-time view of your engagement with academic tools like LEARN and Echo360 – think of it as a ‘fitness tracker’ for your studies! It helps you understand how your academic engagement is going and if you are on track to succeed with your studies.

If you haven’t already, take a look at your ACE dashboard on the LEARN website https://learn.canterbury.ac.nz

Want to know more about ACE? Check out the FAQs here.

If you are concerned about your studies and how you’re settling into UC life there are a number of people and resources on campus that can help you succeed. Make the most of these services, visit https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/support/.