UVic Learn Anywhere

Virtual Centre for Student Learning


Fall 2022 Learning Resources

This page will continuously be updated as information is made available throughout the term.

Learning supports and online resources

The Learn Anywhere website is the primary learning resource for students and is regularly updated. We also offer many learning workshops and resources to help you with your academics, from reading and writing communications, to math and statistics and learning strategies. Our online resources page will help you access and manage your online courses.

Academic supportsOnline resources

What do I do if I am sick?

Steps to take if coming to campus

As COVID-19 becomes common in our communities, there will be cases on campus. Due to our high rate of vaccination, Island Health does not consider UVic a high-risk setting. Please do a daily health self-assessment before coming to campus. Let your instructor or supervisor know about your absence. UVic students to not need a note as proof of illness, regardless of the length of the illness. If you test positive for COVID-19, stay home and follow public health guidance.

Health & Safety guidelinesCovid19 Information UVic

I have to miss class...

Short-term absences and accommodations

Your instructors are aware that you may need to miss class due to illness symptoms or self-isolation. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and do not come to class/campus. Medical documentation is not required. If you do have to miss class, contact your instructor as soon as possible. You can also ask classmates for notes and/or access Brightspace to see if your instructor(s) have posted any recordings, slides or other materials. Depending on the length of your absence, you may also ask for a deferral or accommodation. If you are ill and unable to complete your coursework or exam, you may seek information on academic concessions.

Student absencesAcademic concessions

Supporting an accommodation

We are here to support your learning

If you are looking for accessibility services, or face a learning disability, mental health issue or other long-term physical or sensory challenges and need academic accommodations, The Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) can help address barriers to your education. We also offer an Online Assessment Room to support students with a registered academic accommodation who is in a course with online invigilated assessments.

Centre for Accessible LearningThe Online Assessment Room

Technologies in my course

Brightspace, Echo360, Zoom, MS Teams, OAC & Mobius

We have a number of technologies to assist your learning. Brightspace is UVic’s central course hub and primary Learning Management System. Echo360 is a video platform with tools to create and share videos, record in-person and online lectures and engage students with Q&A and polls before, during and after class. We also have tools to help you communicate with your peers (Zoom and MS Teams) as well as tools for building websites (Online Academic Community – OAC) and to assist STEM courses (Mobius). 

Echo360 Student GuideOther Online Resources

Academic Integrity

Take our course: Integrity Matters

Academic Integrity is critical to your success as a student. It requires commitment to the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. You are responsible for the entire content and form of your work both on campus and remotely. We offer a great Brightspace course (self-paced): Integrity Matters which will teach you the fundamentals of academic integrity at UVic.

Integrity Matters courseOnline student conduct

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