Online Education Servicesenquiries@oes.edu.au
Augmenting the virtual classroom are a range of services which enable students to self-manage enrolment, access academic and pastoral support, seek technical assistance and more. OES continuously evolves student services to reflect the changing needs of online students, and the growing capability of technology.
Student support Our impressive network of student support staff are able to provide general academic guidance and technical, administrative and pastoral advice. Students can access support via email, telephone or live-chat, across extended hours seven days a week. Best practice customer service models are utilised and 95% of all calls are answered within 60 seconds with 95% of email enquiries resolved within 8 hours.
Analytics to improve the student experience OES employs a comprehensive set of analytics tools to measure the engagement levels of every student, including learning analytics dashboards, predictive modelling and text mining. The resulting insights are used to enhance the entire student experience and enable OES to identify students who may require extra support and proactively intervene with preventative support strategies. With a relentless attitude toward innovation and a commitment to world-class techniques, OES frequently reviews and implements new technologies to improve the student experience.
Student success Key success metrics for OES align with our partner universities. We want students to graduate work-ready and be proud of their academic achievement. We take a whole of course approach to student management, supporting them every step of their learning journey from enrolment to graduation.
"Swinburne Online is a key part of Swinburne’s portfolio of innovative education offerings. Through our joint venture with Online Education Services, Swinburne has become a leading provider of online education. We have learned a lot about what students need in a digital learning environment, what motivates them, and how they learn. Through Swinburne Online we are able to provide access and flexibility to learners from diverse backgrounds, for whom on-campus study is often not an option.”
Professor Linda Kristjanson AO
Vice-Chancellor, Swinburne University of Technology