Availability of Summer Session 2020 subjects
UTSOnline subject sites for Summer Session 2020 will be
and made available to students on the following dates:
Subject Coordinators and Instructors can make their sites available to students earlier.
Instructions for changing the availability can be found on the Managing site availability help page.
Is my subject in UTSOnline or Canvas?
This year, most postgraduate subjects have moved to Canvas, our new online learning space.
Most undergraduate subjects will remain in Blackboard until next year.
You can use the online Subject Finder Tool to check if your subject is in Canvas or Blackboard.
Zoom access issues with Chrome and Safari
There is currently a known issue affecting some users using Zoom in Chrome and Safari from within UTSOnline.
The issue has been escalated to the vendor. If you are affected please use an alternative browser such as Firefox.
Get support from home
Get academic, wellbeing, career and financial help, wherever you are, with the supporting online study portal.
Conditions of use
All UTSOnline users have an obligation to read and comply with the following UTS policies governing their use of UTSOnline:
- Acceptable use of information technology facilities
Ethical, socially responsible, legal, efficient use; standards of conduct.
- Copyright requirements - students and researchers
What can you copy, how to reference and acknowledge.
- Copyright requirements - staff
Are your teaching materials copyright compliant?
- Privacy statement
Collection of personal information, use of online course contributions.
- Policy and procedures for the assessment of coursework subjects
Assessment principles and requirements.
- UTSOnline has a window reserved for regular maintenance, from 2:00 AM to 8:00 AM (AET) on Sunday mornings.