Last term the new subject EUP1501 was introduced, and is now a compulsory subject. EUP1501 attracted more than 15000 students for the semester, and not unsurprisingly chaos ensued. Now, UNISA registration can be painful at the best of times, but in this case Unisa lecturers were completely overwhelmed by the sheer number of students enrolled, leaving students unable to log on, do assignments and just plain panicking. There was also no information on what to expect, and as I believe everyone will be more relaxed if they know what is going to happen I am writing this blog as a step by step guide on how to remain calm as you get registered for EUP1501:
- Take a breath. Calm down. Your first assignment is only due 7 days after you get access to Myunisa and myITlab
- Now – how do you know you are registered? You will get TWO emails. One announcing your group, and one with your myITlab login details. Remember – this comes to your MYLIFE email account – so check it regularly or set up a forward to your usual email address
- So – now you can keep calm until you get those two emails – all good?
Now, the next think you need is contact details for your lecturers.
These are the associate Professors to contact with regards to your groups:
|Prof Helene Gelderblomemail@example.com|
|Prof Leila Goosenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof Maria Jakovljevicemail@example.com|
|Prof Elmarie Kritzingerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof Ernest Mnkandlaemail@example.com|
|Prof Isaac Osunmakindefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof Keshnee Padayacheeemail@example.com|
|Prof Mc Donald van der Merwefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof Etienne van der Poelemail@example.com|
|Find More EUP1501 contacts here||Find More My UNISA Contacts Here|
Once you are signed up to EUP1501 I cannot stress highly enough how useful it is to be part of a study group to assist with your course. Together We Pass offers a facilitated, online study group for this subject where you can get great support with the subject. Join today and make EUP1501 a breeze this term.
Written by Tabitha Bailey