"The Bachelor of Information Studies is delivered completely online which makes it very accessible. The course has one residential school at the start of first year that was a wonderful experience to meet all the other students and lecturers, hear about the specialisations and opportunity to work."
"I chose to study with Charles Sturt University (CSU) as I had previously studied with them and was already comfortable in the CSU environment. I also wanted a course that was reputable in the industry. My friend recommended the course to me and I have since met many librarians who are CSU Alumni and who highly recommended the course."
What's the key to effective learning in contemporary and future environments? This brief presentation reflects on the need to create a sustainable learning ecology that is shaped by the ubiquity of information, globally responsive pedagogical practices, and driven by collaboration and informal learning in multiple and diverse digital pathways.
“Studying at CSU, I enjoyed the sense of community. Studying via distance education can be an isolating experience, and many of the lecturers in the School of Information Studies encouraged us to form study groups, both online and in-person, in order to support one another. This enriched my study experience greatly, and I took advantage of the events and Facebook groups and the opportunity to form a consultative group."