Utilising remote learning during COVID-19 restrictions

Cambridge University Press is here to support teachers and students with remote learning during the COVID-19 restrictions.

 

 

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We are still here to help you

Cambridge staff are working remotely and are available to support you during this difficult time. Teachers can click here to find contact details for their local Cambridge Education Resource Consultant. All other enquiries can be sent to our customer service team at enquiries@cambridge.edu.au

Our warehouse is still operating in accordance with Stage 2 restrictions. Any updates to this situation will be posted here. 

 

 



Support for remote learning

Users of Cambridge digital resources have access to a range of support articles to enable remote learning and continue teaching in the face of extended school closures.

Use the keyword search function at the top of the page or browse our support articles to get the most out of your digital resources. Step-by-step getting started instructions are also available if you have not used your digital resources before.

For more general advice, follow these links:

Advice for all users

Advice for teachers

Parent Guides for remote learning

 

 

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Complimentary access
to selected digital resources

In response to recent disruptions to schools, we would like to offer full complimentary digital access to Cambridge HOTmaths to primary schools not currently using this resource. We would like to offer full complimentary digital access to all four year levels of our Cambridge Science for the Victorian Curriculum series to schools not currently using this resource.

Temporary digital access to these resources will be available until the disruption to school learning ends.

 

 

 

   


Where can I see more
remote learning updates?

We'll be supplying our customers with all of the support they need as further updates continue to come in. To ensure you are getting the most up-to-date information from Cambridge, follow us on our Facebook, Twitter and/or LinkedIn channels. We will also be posting update announcements on our news blog.

 

 

 

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