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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Wed 28th Jul 2021, 9:51am
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Hi,

I see this friday being referred to a "workshop" but CAS shows it as a 1 hour LecTute.

Will this friday be the only "workshop" in replacement of the LecTute or will there be 
a workshop every friday and it is currently labelled incorrectly?

Also will this be recorded and available online, as the enrolment on CAS allows it to 
be and unfortunately I will not able to attend this weeks workshop despite its seeming 
importance, so watching it online afterwards is a necessity for me.

Thanks :)

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From: Amitava D.
Date: Wed 28th Jul 2021, 9:55am
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I see this friday being referred to a "workshop" but CAS shows it as a 1 hour LecTute.
> 
> Will this friday be the only "workshop" in replacement of the LecTute or will there be 
> a workshop every friday and it is currently labelled incorrectly?
> 
> Also will this be recorded and available online, as the enrolment on CAS allows it to 
> be and unfortunately I will not able to attend this weeks workshop despite its seeming 
> importance, so watching it online afterwards is a necessity for me.
> 
> Thanks :)
It is not labelled incorrectly. It has been labelled as "LecTute" so that it is recorded (some kind of admin complication that we need not bother about). It will be held each week, it will be recorded and will be available in LMS. 

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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Tue 3rd Aug 2021, 9:38am
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Hello - i was wondering if there is a way to interactively join laboratory
sessions remotely?  (both the Tuesday and/or Friday sessions)
i.e. is there a zoom meeting calendar invitation or a possibly link
that is available?  Or is online participation strictly available as a
post-mortem review of recorded material from live in-person lab sessions?

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From: Christopher M.
Date: Wed 4th Aug 2021, 8:42am
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> Hello - i was wondering if there is a way to interactively join laboratory
> sessions remotely?  (both the Tuesday and/or Friday sessions)
> i.e. is there a zoom meeting calendar invitation or a possibly link
> that is available?  Or is online participation strictly available as a
> post-mortem review of recorded material from live in-person lab sessions?

Hello,

For the particular benefit of students stuck outside of Perth, there are two 2 hour online 
laboratory sessions each Friday (12-2, 2-4) at which students will be able to gain 
assistance from laboratory demonstrators. You may attend these online laboratories via MS 
Teams.

The link is on the unit's homepage, under 'Weekly Activities'.
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