Moodle is a Learning Management
System used at UNSW to provide students with electronic access to materials
they need to support their coursework.
Each course in the undergraduate Medicine program has a course
module available via Moodle.
Always REMEMBER TO LOGOUT. Leaving eMed logged
in, gives others access to your personal information, Portfolio and Results.
Help is available to students, for all eMed systems, from the
eMed tab on the undergraduate Medicine program website.
use the Results tool to view their submission results and exam results.
It is in Results that students can track their progress throughout the program.
They can use Results to track how they have performed with regard to the graduate
capabilities. Exam results in this system are provisional only.
myUNSW is used for official course results.
use Feedback to provide self and peer feedback in relation
to project group work. The tool can also hold feedback from teachers on student's
contributions to other activities. All comments contributed to the system,
by and about a student, are available to the Portfolio assessors as evidence
towards the student's achievement of the Teamwork capability.
Students use Portfolio to submit assessments
such as individual assignments, group projects, evidence of achievement notes
and reflective essays for portfolio examinations. Each submission to Portfolio
is stored and accessible to students while they are enrolled in the program.
Timetable system provides your own personal timetable (note
that each student has a slightly different timetable depending on group allocations).
The Map provides an overview of courses and activities
in the program, and captures the graduate capabilities, structure and vocabulary
of the Medicine Program. It also includes content files relevant
for individual learning activites.
The eMed Homepage allows access to the following features: • eMedLinks and buttons (to Map, Timetable, Portfolio,
Results and Feedback)
• My Preferences (ILP, Registrations, Electives)
• Quick Links to other systems such as Blackboard
• Customise / Update Panels (where you can customise “Today’s
activities” and “My Groups”)
• My Groups (shows your Clinical group, Collegium group and Scenario