Online Learning

A number of courses utilise web-based programs that support learning and teaching. UNSW Blackboard and UNSW Moodle are Learning Management Systems that supports university learning and teaching by extending the face-to-face learning environment to online learning spaces and by providing virtual classrooms for distance learning courses. Information about technologies and applications that support learning and teaching at UNSW, login to web-based courses, training resources and support is available on the UNSW eLearning website.

Guidance for eLearning Systems

  • Using Blackboard and Moodle: To access Blackboard and Moodle, you need to be enrolled in the course, and have a valid UNSW Student ID and zPass to log in. Please allow 24-48 hours after enrolment in a course for your access to be activated. You can log in via
  • UNSW TV: The Rural Clinical School UNSW TV channel can be found here. Students and Staff must login with a valid zID to access content.
  • eLearning Tutorial: The School runs an eLearning tutorial during residential week one week before the start of each semester.
  • How to Use Blackboard and Moodle: Guidance for using Blackboard and Moodle, including some basic tips and training resources, can be found on the UNSW eLearning website.
  • System Requirements: It is important to read the information regarding the System Requirements for UNSW students (including guidelines and policies) available.
  • Technical Programs: If you experience technical difficulties with Blackboard or Moodle contact the UNSW IT Service Centre for assistance or see the UNSW Blackboard and UNSW Moodle support pages.