All your study needs in one digital space

Access for students via Learning@Griffith:

  • Course sites: find lecture notes, lecture recordings, online tests and exams, assignment submission points, and tools to facilitate group work and communication
  • Griffith sites: access to additional information relating to your studies
  • Marks and feedback for your assessment items

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Getting started

To login to Learning@Griffith:

  • click on the link from inside myGriffith
  • when Learning@Griffith opens, you'll see your courses and resources such as course content, online assessment, Lecture Capture, discussion boards and Collaborate (online classroom).  Different courses use different tools and resources.
To find out when your Learning@Griffith access will start and stop, visit:

For help getting around Learning@Griffith visit:

Help and support

If you have further questions, please ask us for help.

Assessment tools

See below the various kinds of assessment you may take in Learning@Griffith. Also see your marks and feedback. An icon displayed beside the assessment will tell you what kind of assessment you are submitting.

If icons are not displayed and you are unsure of the submission format, please contact the staff teaching your course.

If you're getting started with these tools, read our tips on online assessment submission.

In some screens, you may be required to use the text editor:

Access your marks in My Marks.

Assignment submission tools

TurnItInTurnitin

AssignmentAssignment SafeAssign

Tests and surveys

TestTests

TestSurveys

Collaborative and reflective assessment

Discussion BoardDiscussion boards

BlogsBlogs

JournalJournal

WikiWiki

Self and Peer AssessmentSelf and peer assessment

Communication and Collaboration

Organisations

An Organisation functions the same way as a course site in Learning@Griffith, including content tools, tests, discussion forums, and more.

Some examples of the way Organisations are used in Learning@Griffith include:
  • Organisation sites for all students in a School
  • Organisation sites for all students in a program
  • access to quizzes. For example: quizzes about lab safety, or study skills. Find information here about taking tests in an Organisation.

Viewing an Organisation

If you are enrolled in an Organisation, you will see a link to it:

  • in your My Courses and Organisations module, in the "Other course / Organisations" section
  • on the Organisations tab

To view an Organisation you are not enrolled in, click on the Organisations tab at the top of your Learning@Griffith screen. Enter the Organisation name into the Organisation Search box. Note that you will not be able to access all of the online materials unless you are enrolled. Some Organisations allow you to enrol yourself using functionality called self-enrol.

Lecture Capture

Lecture Capture technology allows lecturers to make digital recordings of course material and deliver it to students via a Learning@Griffith site.

Lecturers may also choose to record seminars, workshops, tutorials or ad hoc lectures, or upload their personal recordings to provide students with additional resources.

The Lecture Capture system used at Griffith University is Echo360 (Active Learning Platform). Recordings are made available via the link in the navigation menu of the relevant course site in Learning@Griffith.

Echo360 (Active Learning Platform)

Griffith uses  Echo360 (Active Learning Platform) to deliver digital recordings of lectures and other teaching resources. Access these via a link in your Learning@Griffith course site — usually this link will be called "Echo360".

With Echo360, students can also:

  • take notes alongside video recordings and presentation slides
  • bookmark sections, which students find helpful for revision
  • mark content as confusing; a particular time of a video recording or a slide within the presentation (if slides are uploaded for students) that you find confusing
  • participate in activities like polls or quizzes, including post and respond to questions

All of these features are to assist you in actively engaging with the learning materials before, during or after class. Find more information in Classroom Tools. (Please note that not all features will be available in all courses.)

Select a link from below to access help and support material.

Connect to Echo360 Watch a recording Echo360 app Classroom tools Echo360 Library

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Learning@Griffith specialist technical support is available Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.  At other times, IT Service Centre staff may be able to assist you.

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